Protecting Yourself Online – Moderators, Friends, and Your Circle of Trust

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Back in 2016, we published a helpful primer on protecting yourself as a streamer. The Internet and the progression of technology’s growth moves quickly, so we at StreamerSquare felt it was time to really dig into online security topics. You are the only advocate for personal safety on the internet. This can’t be stressed enough. […]

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Protecting Yourself Online: Online Security and SWAT Mitigation

Protecting Yourself Online – Online Security and SWAT Mitigation.

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Back in 2016, we published a helpful primer on protecting yourself as a streamer. Digital technology and the Internet moves quickly, so we at StreamerSquare felt it was time to really dig into online security topics. You are your only advocate for personal safety on the internet. This can’t be stressed enough. Previous articles in […]

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Protecting yourself online: DoS & DDoS Attacks, and IP security - StreamerSquare Guides

Protecting Yourself Online – DoS and DDoS Attacks, IP Security.

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Back in 2016, we published a helpful primer on protecting yourself as a streamer. Digital technology and the Internet moves quickly, so we at StreamerSquare felt it was time to really dig into online security topics. You are your only advocate for your personal safety on the internet. This can’t be stressed enough. As world […]

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Cloudflare Data Leak

CloudFlare Bug Causes Sensitive Data Leak – Discord, Reddit Affected

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Cloudflare, a major network providing enhanced performance and, ironically, security for millions of websites has released a report detailing a serious flaw in their software. The leak exposed sensitive data such as passwords, authentication tokens, cookies, and more and could be collected by anyone who took notice of the error. The list of websites afflicted by this issue […]

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Twitch 2FA

Setting up Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) for Twitch

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Hi Twitch Community! Recently I’ve seen lot’s of reports in the Support feed and on the /r/twitch subreddit of users accounts being compromised. Unfortunately the people who got into their accounts then engaged in behaviour that caused the account to be suspended. I was targetted too, someone tried to access my account. Fortunately I use […]

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