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Crab Game developer says game is ‘safe’ after DDoS scare

Crab Games developer DaniDev announced via Twitter that the multiplayer battle royale is once again safe for streamers to play. The developer claims that streamers playing in public lobbies will no longer risk IP leaks.

Previously, Crab Game was built on the FacePunch Steam P2P network, which proved to be incredibly insecure. This lead to countless streamers, including the likes of Sodapoppin, xQc, and Nick Polom getting their IP leaked and consequently DDoSed. In response, DaniDev warned streamers to avoid public lobbies while the problem was addressed.

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Source: https://dotesports.com/streaming/news/crab-game-developer-says-game-is-safe-after-ddos-scare

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