From TeamSpeak Systems:
TeamSpeak Client (64-bit) is software for quality voice communication via the Internet. Our platform offers a client-server architecture where client and server software is clearly separated. This means our server product runs as a dedicated server, rather than peer-to-peer. The TeamSpeak server software is literally capable of handling thousands of simultaneous clients or users, which results in an Internet-based teleconferencing solution that works for a repertory of different applications such as an alternative to conference calls, cutting long distance telephone costs, or just as a method of personal communication with friends and family. The software is free of charge to non-profit entities while commercial or for-profit entities have the ability to become part of our licensing program.
Fixed macOS application bundle which caused the client to not start on case-sensitive file systems.
Hardened Linux startscript to better find installed SSL certificates. If no SSL certificates are found, don't crash the client on start but show meaningful error message (but we still cannot run without SSL certificates).
Fixed critical messagebox very early in the startup process, which tried to load an icon before the zip archive was initialized.
Fixed to badges parser which failed to limit shown badges to three with invalid input.
Fixed creating bookmark folders in bookmarks manager.