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[Review] Vortex.gg: An affordable game streaming service

A lot of gamers are getting goose bumps when they hear the term game streaming service. One of them may say that the latency is unacceptable, others say that an needed internet connection to play games is a show stopper…. Continue Reading →

How to watch Twitch, YouTube and others with VLC

If you’re a person like me, you may have also a problem with Flash based streams. Flash is and always has been a resource hungry monster with a lot of security issues. The problem is that a lot of streaming… Continue Reading →

SSH as a proxy on Windows, Mac or Linux

You can do a lot of things with SSH besides working securely remote on machines. I’ve already covered at another article how to tunnel (port forwarding) through SSH. This time we’re looking at a way to use SSH as a… Continue Reading →

Setup a TeamSpeak 3 Server on Linux (Ubuntu / Debian)

This article is about how to setup a TeamSpeak 3 server on your Linux box. Thanks to the TeamSpeak 3 developers, this process is rather easy and you should have a running TeamSpeak 3 server within minutes. Advertisements TeamSpeak 3… Continue Reading →

HowTo setup a Counter Strike: Global Offensive Server on Linux

A lot of people who are running a rented Linux (v)Server are interested in creating a Counter-Strike: Global Offensive¬†server. Creating a CSGO server under Linux is rather easy, Valve really did their homework here. The following short tutorial will give… Continue Reading →

Post Script for OpenVPN clients

Image source:¬†openvpn.net Advertisements Did you ever wanted to automatically do something after you OpenVPN client has successful connected to your OpenVPN server? To do so you can just add 2 simple lines to your client OpenVPN file: script-security 2 up… Continue Reading →

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