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  1. #1
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    Blocking TS Viewer/Avoiding ddos attacks/changing hostname/ip?

    How can I block TS viewer and any other nano spies that can view our Teamspeak? or atleast not being able to see the names in our Teamspeak. Also, how can avoid DDOS attacks? Or do I have to change my hostname? If so, how can I do that? I tried looking through my hosting site for any settings for changing it. Much appreciated for any replies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Venomous View Post
    How can I block TS viewer and any other nano spies that can view our Teamspeak?
    Try removing TsViewer IP, from your whitelist.txt

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    Remove the following permissions from the guest query server group.

    b_virtualserver_servergroup_list
    b_virtualserver_servergroup_permission_list
    b_virtualserver_servergroup_client_list
    b_virtualserver_channelgroup_list
    b_virtualserver_channelgroup_permission_list
    b_virtualserver_channelgroup_client_list
    b_virtualserver_client_permission_list
    b_virtualserver_channel_permission_list
    b_virtualserver_channelclient_permission_list


    OR

    change your query port to something non-standard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by poisonpanik View Post
    Remove the following permissions from the guest query server group.

    b_virtualserver_servergroup_list
    b_virtualserver_servergroup_permission_list
    b_virtualserver_servergroup_client_list
    b_virtualserver_channelgroup_list
    b_virtualserver_channelgroup_permission_list
    b_virtualserver_channelgroup_client_list
    b_virtualserver_client_permission_list
    b_virtualserver_channel_permission_list
    b_virtualserver_channelclient_permission_list


    OR

    change your query port to something non-standard.

    I've tried having it removed, however this time I tried something else - what if I check marked "negate" for each of those settings? Would that work?


    @ Jordi - Can you show me step by step where I can access the blacklist/whitelist for "whitelist.txt" ? Or is this an actual file/text document?

  5. #5
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    Hello

    FOr your good understanding about negated option read this :
    TeamSpeak 3 Permissions Guide.txt

    The query_ip_whitelist.txt and query_ip_blacklist.txt are in the server folder.
    Just open it.

    You can remove the TSviewer IP in whitelist if it's there and write the IP in blacklist.

    These changes take effect about 5 minutes.

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    Are those permissions removed from your guest group too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by florian_fr40 View Post
    Hello

    FOr your good understanding about negated option read this :
    TeamSpeak 3 Permissions Guide.txt

    The query_ip_whitelist.txt and query_ip_blacklist.txt are in the server folder.
    Just open it.

    You can remove the TSviewer IP in whitelist if it's there and write the IP in blacklist.

    These changes take effect about 5 minutes.
    Server folder ? Sorry I don't host it through my server, it's from a hosting site, bargainvoice.com

    Sorry I'm a bit new to all this.

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    Well, you can send a notice to Bargainvoice, to put that IP in the blacklist

  9. #9
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    I highly doubt they will blacklist things like TS viewer since some clients might use it. He needs to do what I suggested higher up and remove those permissions from his guest group. He said he tried this but did he verify that it worked? TO do that you're going to have to add your server to Game Tracker or TS Viewer to verify that it can't see your server. I know for a fact removing these permissions works, specifically b_virtualserver_servergroup_list and b_virtualserver_servergroup_client_list

  10. #10
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    Quote Originally Posted by Venomous
    Server folder ? Sorry I don't host it through my server, it's from a hosting site, bargainvoice.com
    You should have started there.

    In this case you can't change the permission in Query Group.
    I think that your provider doesn't give the access to this groups.

    Jordi have right.

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