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Fellowslothb

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About Fellowslothb

  • Birthday 12/20/1994

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  • Location
    Penkridge, Staffordshire
  • Interests
    Map Making, HTML/CSS design, Graphic Design, Animation, 3D modelling, Video Composing

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  1. Why complain about us here every time the forums go down, just @ me on twitter. Also yes, we sold everyone's data for £10000000000000 so now I am super rich and can buy out every company in the UK... As it happens it was the server in Canada that was the issue, a bad Kernal
  2. This might help explain: https://scottiestech.info/2015/09/12/how-does-password-authentication-work-on-web-sites/
  3. No, passwords are securely stored (Hashed and salted using "sha256") They are stored on a separate server meaning they can only be accessed by the local network environment and not over the internet
  4. All our user's details are secure, we have our SSL cert and CloudFlare services. As well as an optional 2FA (2-factor authentication). (Just to mention @JohnMeers82, Our website hasn't and will most likely never be hacked due to the layers of encryption)
  5. You can if you like, we have installed Xenforo. It isn't IPS and will take some getting used to I guess but it should be fine
  6. Well, we werent hacked but basically NFO purposely broke our database which we didn't know about until the other day when I went to install the nexus app for support tickets which then gave errors when connecting to the downloads section. I contacted IPS regarding the issue and they looked into it but they made it 100 times worse (At that point you couldn't even access the forums properly). At which point they turned around and basically said that they cant fix what they had broken. We are currently working really hard to get some new forum software together which I have had to fork out for and should be fully back online within the next day or so.
  7. That was due to me uploading 33GB worth of stuff into 21GB space since we acquired Dreamcast PVP xD
  8. They are down... AGAIN. I am trying to get them moved over... And yes @JayKae it is NuclearFallOut but I am now getting away from them as fast as I can haha
  9. Firstly I hope @JayKae Doesn't mind this thread being here :). Secondly yes NFO (Our VPS host) is currently running outdated hardware and keeps blaming us for server downtime, they have broken their terms of service agreement so I cancelled the service (Due to be cancelled on the 26th) so they have basically turned around and are now messing up with database backups and server functions (What I think is happening anyway). Hopefully this can be rectified soon but to stay up to date please follow @fellowslothb on twitter and I shall inform you when they are back up!
  10. Oooo, I have been putting together some ice cream van music so if that can work it would be brilliant
  11. Yeah we are currently working hard to restore everything lost in the SSD failiures Two SSD's failed in the RAID-10 array so as you can imagine there may be some unrecoverable stuff
  12. Those are looking fab!
  13. Mirillis Action is lagfree from my experience of using it, but there is a £35 price tag.
  14. Apologies, I have been working on UKDT stuff Regarding Keedlestone, my plan of action is to release the current version as soon as possible and include as many routes as possible so that people can be enjoying that while waiting for the new version. My plan after release was to work on a new version but from scratch - There are so many required objects and splines that it makes the download absolutely huge (Was something like 3.5GB compressed to around 750mb) If people don't mind that then that is fine I shall carry on developing what I can of the current version. The WIP thread was deleted as far as I am aware so all development will move over to the UKDT forums located HERE. I will be posting an update on there in the next week or so as to when to expect the new version of Keedlestone!