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    Winter Giveaways

    Join us as we host our first "Winter Giveaway"!!! 🎄🎁 Be sure to follow our Instagram, Like our content and tag a friend! Our first giveaway will start December 1st 2019 https://www.instagram.com/k33ngaming/?hl=en
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    Winter Giveaways

    Join us as we host our first "Winter Giveaway"!!! 🎄🎁 Be sure to follow our Instagram, Like our content and tag a friend! Our first giveaway will start December 1st 2019 https://www.instagram.com/k33ngaming/?hl=en View full update
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    A Little About Me

    Welcome @DuffGaming Hope you enjoy it here and make some long term friends as well
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    Resteam.io

    ^^ true I know @HoldenRiot just ended is affiliate partnership to use it
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    Fire Escape

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    Resteam.io

    Anyone using this? https://restream.io
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    Missing Store Icons on Map

    @RaleMaximus Thanks for the report! Right now at this time, we have not added the icons. they are work in progress as stores will have different icons for different meanings. It will be in the next update
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    Pizza Delivery Bike Needs Advanced Lockpick

    thanks @RaleMaximus this has been sent to our devs
  9. Want the ultimate farming experience? Farming Simulator 19 Platinum Edition provides it! Available to purchase both digitally and at retail on Xbox One, PS4 and PC, Farming Simulator 19 Platinum Edition takes everything that was great about the original Farming Simulator 19, and throws a ton more content at it! And if you didn’t ever get round to spending time with the game when it originally launched, now is your very best opportunity. Farming Simulator 19 Platinum Edition comes to Xbox One, PS4 and PC to provide would-be farmers with the tools needed in order to replicate the real-life in the video gaming scene. This means that when you get dropped into the life of an everyday farmer, you’ll discover huge opportunities in place – expect to be tending to crops, caring for animals, and running many exciting activities in order to ensure your farm is an utter success. A price of £44.99 sees newcomers to the trade given access to more than 380 vehicles and tools, including the newest CLAAS kit that the Platinum Edition comes with, as they go about growing their farm in line with the online world, downloading community-driven projects in order to go real deep. Those who previously purchased Farming Simulator 19 aren’t left out though and an easy to handle £15.74 asking price is found attached to the Platinum Expansion, pushing out all the new content to those who already have the base game. Further to that though and a couple more additions to the DLC library arrive with the introduction and standalone purchases of the CLAAS Dominator 108 SL Maxi for £0.79, and the CLAAS Torion 1914 Dev Mule for the same price. The Xbox Store, PlayStation Store or PC offering will allow you to download each of the various options right now, with the links above sorting you out in a cinch. Should you prefer the physical way of life though then Farming Simulator 19 Platinum Edition is also available down that route – just pop over to Amazon and grab it. We’ll be following up our original review of Farming Simulator 19 on Xbox One with some thoughts surrounding the Platinum Edition real soon. Keep an eye out for it.
  10. NordVPN, one of many VPNs (Virtual Private Networks) available to anyone with an internet connection, has confirmed it's been hacked. This admission comes on the heals of earlier rumors that the company had been breached. It appears an expired internal security key was exposed, allowing anyone outside the company unauthorized access. A NordVPN spokesperson said the breach was discovered a few months ago, but only made the information public today because it wanted to be "100 percent sure that each component within our infrastructure is secure." The data breach happened in March of 2018, when an unauthorized individual accessed a server the company was renting in Finland. The server had been active for a month beforehand, and the attacker exploited an insecure remote management system left by the data center provider. While the company has intrusion detection systems installed to find breaches like this, it did not predict that it would or could come from a "remote management system left by the data center provider" as it did in this case. NordVPN said it was unaware that that system even existed. However, the company maintains that the attacker did not gain access to activity logs, user-credentials, or any other sensitive information. NordVPN maintains what it says is a strict "zero logs" policy. "We don’t track, collect, or share your private data," the company says on its website. Troubling, however, is that one NordVPN researcher, who declined to be identified, said this attack is indicative of a larger issue, a "full remote compromise of this provider's systems." VPNs help protect your online data by creating a private network across a shared or public one—basically allowing anyone connected to the same network to send and receive data as if they were connected directly to a private network. Many corporations use VPN services for remote users, while for home use, VPNs are often used to circumvent things like geo-blocks to watch a video or access other media not available in a specific region. They can also connect to proxy servers to further protect personal identity on the internet (for good or evil intent). If you are a NordVPN user and want to take precautions, there are other excellent VPN services that you might be interested in. Thanks, TechCrunch.
  11. NordVPN, one of many VPNs (Virtual Private Networks) available to anyone with an internet connection, has confirmed it's been hacked. This admission comes on the heals of earlier rumors that the company had been breached. It appears an expired internal security key was exposed, allowing anyone outside the company unauthorized access. A NordVPN spokesperson said the breach was discovered a few months ago, but only made the information public today because it wanted to be "100 percent sure that each component within our infrastructure is secure." The data breach happened in March of 2018, when an unauthorized individual accessed a server the company was renting in Finland. The server had been active for a month beforehand, and the attacker exploited an insecure remote management system left by the data center provider. While the company has intrusion detection systems installed to find breaches like this, it did not predict that it would or could come from a "remote management system left by the data center provider" as it did in this case. NordVPN said it was unaware that that system even existed. However, the company maintains that the attacker did not gain access to activity logs, user-credentials, or any other sensitive information. NordVPN maintains what it says is a strict "zero logs" policy. "We don’t track, collect, or share your private data," the company says on its website. Troubling, however, is that one NordVPN researcher, who declined to be identified, said this attack is indicative of a larger issue, a "full remote compromise of this provider's systems." VPNs help protect your online data by creating a private network across a shared or public one—basically allowing anyone connected to the same network to send and receive data as if they were connected directly to a private network. Many corporations use VPN services for remote users, while for home use, VPNs are often used to circumvent things like geo-blocks to watch a video or access other media not available in a specific region. They can also connect to proxy servers to further protect personal identity on the internet (for good or evil intent). If you are a NordVPN user and want to take precautions, there are other excellent VPN services that you might be interested in. Thanks, TechCrunch. View full article
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    Hot Keys

    We will look into this! Thank you
  13. Stadia, Google's cloud gaming service, is coming Nov. 19, Google hardware chief Rick Osterloh announced Tuesday at the Made by Google event in New York. Osterloh said you'll be able to play games through Stadia on TVs, laptops and Pixel phones. The Stadia controller is the first cloud-based controller, Google said, and it's designed to offer a more comfortable grip than other controllers. Last month, an image of an Android TV road map hinted that Stadia could be coming to the platform. Also, last month, the $129.99 Stadia Premiere Edition preorder bundle arrived after the Stadia Founder's Edition sold out in Europe. The Premiere Edition includes a Clearly White Stadia controller, a Chromecast Ultra streaming device, three months of $9.99-a-month Stadia Pro and Bungie's full Destiny 2 collection. Those who bought the Founder's Edition get a limited-edition Night Blue Stadia controller, a Chromecast Ultra, three months of Stadia Pro, the full Destiny 2 collection, first dibs on a username, and a buddy pass that gives a friend three months to try Stadia Pro. Over the summer, Google doled out more details about the gaming service. Stadia Pro offers 4K/60p HDR quality (at 35Mb/sec) with 5.1 surround sound, free games added to your library and discounts with the Stadia Pro tier, which costs $9.99 per month. Stadia subscribers can expect games like Red Dead Redemption 2, Grand Theft Auto III, Wolfenstein: Youngblood and Borderlands 3. Stadia will come shortly after Arcade arrived, Apple's own gaming service.
  14. Stadia, Google's cloud gaming service, is coming Nov. 19, Google hardware chief Rick Osterloh announced Tuesday at the Made by Google event in New York. Osterloh said you'll be able to play games through Stadia on TVs, laptops and Pixel phones. The Stadia controller is the first cloud-based controller, Google said, and it's designed to offer a more comfortable grip than other controllers. Last month, an image of an Android TV road map hinted that Stadia could be coming to the platform. Also, last month, the $129.99 Stadia Premiere Edition preorder bundle arrived after the Stadia Founder's Edition sold out in Europe. The Premiere Edition includes a Clearly White Stadia controller, a Chromecast Ultra streaming device, three months of $9.99-a-month Stadia Pro and Bungie's full Destiny 2 collection. Those who bought the Founder's Edition get a limited-edition Night Blue Stadia controller, a Chromecast Ultra, three months of Stadia Pro, the full Destiny 2 collection, first dibs on a username, and a buddy pass that gives a friend three months to try Stadia Pro. Over the summer, Google doled out more details about the gaming service. Stadia Pro offers 4K/60p HDR quality (at 35Mb/sec) with 5.1 surround sound, free games added to your library and discounts with the Stadia Pro tier, which costs $9.99 per month. Stadia subscribers can expect games like Red Dead Redemption 2, Grand Theft Auto III, Wolfenstein: Youngblood and Borderlands 3. Stadia will come shortly after Arcade arrived, Apple's own gaming service. View full article
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    K33N Weekly

    We are trying something new here at K33N Gaming with a weekly news update from everything K33N related to gaming-related news. All our articles will include games that are on sale from listings on steam to G2A and Humble! New Game Servers & Looking For Admins It has been a busy time here at K33N as we have opened up 7 game servers in September and planing a few more this year before the holidays. You can see all our game servers here! We are currently looking for admins and mods for the following servers... All Garry's Mod Servers (Prop Hunt, Cinema and Slashers) 7 Days 2 Die Rust Squad if you're intrusted in any of the servers please message Holden Riot, Richard (TheShiper) or Logic Tech Articles and Guides We have created areas for users to post content on Tech related articles and Guides. All users are allowed to post to them. Each area as rules can be found in the there section. If you would like to write for K33N please message Richard (TheShiper) Keep on gaming! From Richard (TheShiper) & K33N Gaming Staff
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