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Last active Feb 28, 2021
Get a DDNS going with DuckDNS - Step by Step
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Get a DDNS going with DuckDNS - Step by Step

DDNS? What is that?

A dynamic DNS. DNS stands for Domain Name Server, which, in other words, is basically the server that answer your queries when you search for a hostname on the internet.

Example: If you search for "google.com" there will always (probably) a server that points out to that hostname and tells you the information the computer needs; the IP address.

If you want to give it a test, you only have to open your terminal and type "ping google.com" and you'll see the real IP address appear! In my case it's 216.58.201.174 .

Anyways.. A DDNS is useful if you want to link or put a hostname to an IP that is not STATIC.

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Created Aug 17, 2020
steamcommunity output js file
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Explanation

I will explain what is this about, and then I'll add the output file I got. On the day 17 of August of 2020, at around 23:20 CEST, steampowered.com, steamcommunity.com and support.steamcommunity.com went down, but not completely.

While playing around with the sites while all of this is happening, something interesting happened, and I saved the code just in case.

First file I got was the steamcommunity.js file while trying to access my own steam profile (It quickly got "fixed" and now it does not display anything).

Second file is just a generic html to explain that the site could not load properly because the site was down.