Protect your Fivem server?

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It is very easy to protect your Fivem server, and the results is flawless. Step one: Order a TCP Reverse Proxy and put in your IP & Port for your Fivem server. Step two: Once that is done, go to https://keymaster.fivem.net and create a new API key. Put in your protected IP and Port from your service page, into the fields and then submit. Step three: Replace your old API key with the new one, and start your server. The server-list will now show your server with the protected IP over it.

Protect your Minecraft server?

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Protecting your Minecraft server is very important, since Minecraft servers can hold upto 5.000 players online. Step one: Order a TCP Reverse Proxy and put in your IP and Port (usually 25565). Step two: Once you get your protected IP, which you can find in your service page, then you are good to connect using it. Keep in mind to have your original IP safe.

Protecting your Habbo retro?

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We urge no one to host Habbo retros, but since this question has been asked frequently we thought it'd be better to give instructions. Step one: Order a TCP Reverse Proxy and put in your IP and Port (usually 30000). Step two: Once you get your protected IP, which you can find in your service page, go to your client file (usually known as client.php). Step three: Go to the line that says "connection.info.host" and replace the IP on the right side of it. Do the same thing with "connection.info.port" but replace the port next to it with your protected port. Step four: Once that is done, you are probably good to go. Keep in mind to have your original IP secret.