We ran some tests between Vmix and OBS. These phone video captures the streams, not very high quality.
I`ve been alerted to some attempted break ins to the web site through our own track and trace features. Seems someone is trying some very simple scripts to pop up an alert message into the system. This in itself isn`t a major worry as the bulk of the website is protected by script injection. We will however, provide an update and do further checking to ensure that nobody breaks in.
Do not be fooled by messages indicating you have run out space on our server. Our monitoring system highlights when a user is running out of space and we take action usually with 24 hours.
Just want to test some embed code to ensure it is blocked. Security needs to be taken seriously as we have found. Last year we found an Israeli group purchasing a stream and onward streaming it to fake websites.
Fife.co.uk email accounts, or any others, do not get legitimate emails asking to upgrade. Be carefull, a clear phishing attempt.
Lets Encrypt are making it possible for everyone to experience a secure and privacy-respecting Web. They make it easy to get certificates for HTTPS, because ease of use is critical for adoption and that is one thing we have found, it IS easy to get an SSL certificate.
Many stories in the news just now about Russian Hackers impacting elections and trying to influence organisations. Are Russian hackers any worse than anywhere else ?
We use Vmix for our streaming software. This captures a camera and audio, feeds in and streams out to a Content delivery network.