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Top 10 Hamachi Alternatives for Virtual LAN Gaming

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  1. Hamachi is a VPN service scaled to the unique needs of business owners.

    What are some of the best games you've ever played??(Only... about 2 months ago

    I used to play by using some VPN tunneling software, nowadays I have started using steam. It was some 120 rs or something in an offer Hamachi was the software I used to play.
  2. Extremely simple P2P Encrypted VPN

    Looking for advice in building a cheap server for hosting... about 4 days ago

    Ah yeah that’s true. I’ve always used Zerotier for all of my game servers, so I never have to deal with open ports and all of the security issues from having it open to the internet. I definitely think VPNs and similar technologies such as zerotier are the way to go with private game servers.
  3. Evolve is a desktop app and community for serious gamers.

  4. GameRanger is a free download for Mac and PC that lets you play over 600 games and demos online...

  5. NetOverNet is your personal virtual private network (VPN) server for remote access to desktop (RDP, VNC), applications and files. Free alternative to Hamachi

  6. Free p2p VPN software - establish personal p2p network with friends from your contact list.‎Downloads · ‎miniVPN · ‎FAQ · ‎Linux version of free p2p VPN .

  7. You are in control. Why would you trust a closed, proprietary software with your most-sensitive data ? Freelan is open-source and completely free. You know everything about its internals and its source-code.

  8. SoftEther VPN ("SoftEther" means "Software Ethernet") is one of the world's most powerful and easy-to-use multi-protocol VPN software. It runs on Windows, Linux, Mac, FreeBSD and Solaris.

  9. Radmin VPN allows you to securely connect computers, located behind firewalls. Download it Free.

  10. P2PVPN creates a virtual private network for you which behaves like a physical network (e.g.

    Software to share files to another pc using p2p? about 4 months ago

    U could also try something like (a P2P VPN).
  11. PF

    Port Forwarding

    This hasn't been added to SaaSHub yet