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Contik anyways, i'm giving too much intel lewl
Contik because it is not just IP address leak
Noah | NDMZ yeah your location can be leaked as well
Contik no i didn't mean that either.
Contik (IP address isn't even that accurate to be fair.)
Contik (only maybe if you live in larger big city..)
Contik but it is still not accurate.
Contik anyways
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Contik by giving your home IP address away, you open your computer to the world, someone could find which other open ports your network has. this is actually how some home-hosted websites get hacked. it is just a word of warning. you need to know a little bit more ;)
and then there's also packet flooding (typical DoS attacks), for AoS server, i remember there being some request about pinging which sent more data on the output than it processed as an input, which means your network bandwidth could get increased with each such request (if you're not having infinite internet bandwidth, this is something to be aware of).
plus, if you want the server to be up all the times, you'd need to keep computer on all night, which means higher bills. and there's more.
Noah | NDMZ yeah that's also true
Contik edit: by giving your home IP address away, you open your computer to the world, someone could find which other open ports your network has. this is actually how some home-hosted websites get hacked. it is just a word of warning. you need to know a little bit more ;)
and then there's also packet flooding (typical DoS attacks), for AoS server, i remember there being some request about pinging which sent more data on the output than it processed as an input, which means your network bandwidth could get increased with each such request (if you're not having infinite internet bandwidth, this is something to be aware of).
plus, if you want the server to be up all the times, you'd need to keep computer on all night, which means higher bills. and there's more.
-> by giving your home IP address away, you open your computer to the world, someone could find which other open ports your network has. this is actually how some home-hosted websites get hacked (followed by their computers). it is just a word of warning. you need to know a little bit more ;)
and then there's also packet flooding (typical DoS attacks), for AoS server, i remember there being some request about pinging which sent more data on the output than it processed as an input, which means your network bandwidth could get increased with each such request (if you're not having infinite internet bandwidth, this is something to be aware of).
plus, if you want the server to be up all the times, you'd need to keep computer on all night, which means higher bills. and there's more.
Contik that's why it is recommended to simply buy gameserver from some game hosting provider (there're dozen of them), cheap ones available too. and it would save you all the pain (and probably money as well)
Contik just duck search it 😉
notafile (@notafile:matrix.org) that's actually a good point
notafile (@notafile:matrix.org) HELLOLAN Application is a thing
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Sonicscream Game servers are a rip
Sonicscream Just rent a super cheap vps
Sonicscream http://ovh.us inside USA http://ovh.com outside USA
Sonicscream To add to my previous message
Sonicscream they recently dropped the price for alot of it.
Sonicscream they recently dropped the price for alot of it. I think its 3.50 a month now if you do monthly billing on their public cloud for a sandbox 1core 2gbram vm.
Sonicscream If you don't go thru the public cloud category and instead directly rent from their vps category (which is the same thing.. idk why its separated) the pricing is about the same
notafile (@notafile:matrix.org) I mean you're paying for the management and it being other people's problem
Sonicscream ^ thats for USA pricing at least. Im unaware of their other areas pricing.
notafile (@notafile:matrix.org) so they are a ripoff, but only if you're time isn't valuable
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Sonicscream I'm turning into an ovh shill 🙂
Contik posted an image: unknown.png
Contik just to bring it back over... some more notes.
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Contik i would double that, ovh is decent option.
GreaseMonkey And if you're serious enough about hosting a public AoS server, having someone manage it for you isn't worth it as you will be sinking some time into it and getting some people around the clock to admin it, unless you want your server to suddenly lose players because yet another skiddiot pulled out a hack
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Contik which is another nice thing about the server being "private" (hidden from masterserver list), you simply can't attract them. because if you have a hacker on your server, then it is the person whom you gave a ticket to. lmao.
Contik i don't want to burst any bubbles, but cheaters, begone soon.
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Sonicscream I remember when I told NFO that we're moving to the ovh and they were pissy about it in the ticket hehe
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notafile (@notafile:matrix.org) godwhoa, swalladge : lol, looks like we have students again
notafile (@notafile:matrix.org) no sorry I mislooked
notafile (@notafile:matrix.org) GreaseMonkey: bugfix.py is integrated into pique
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GreaseMonkey @_discord_401320912860872715:t2bot.io If you managed to delete the PR then thank you so much
GreaseMonkey I did notice the first part of bugfix.py was there
GreaseMonkey The second part was probably more mathematically-aware
GreaseMonkey The second part was probably a more mathematically-aware implementation which may be why I didn't spot it
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notafile (@notafile:matrix.org) yeah, exactly
notafile (@notafile:matrix.org) we initially copied it over directly, but then I optimised it later

notafile (@notafile:matrix.org) > <@_discord_132342595480190976:t2bot.io> @_discord_401320912860872715:t2bot.io If you managed to delete the PR then thank you so much

it's not possible to delete the PR, but I think you can reset --hard and force-push the branch?

notafile (@notafile:matrix.org) How did you do that mention btw
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GreaseMonkey I did force pushes
GreaseMonkey But it still refused to clean it up
GreaseMonkey That mention, eh, I'm using ripcord as my client
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notafile (@notafile:matrix.org) so ripcord being broken actually fixes webhook mentions
notafile (@notafile:matrix.org) nice