on the other hand if you had posted a dl link ..
09/24/2011 06:49 PMPosted by CynikulI'm aware, but I can't imagine Blizzard (or very many other companies.. maybe Bethesda) actually taking the time to go through and root out anyone except for the people responsible for it
What would they gain? Sure, people would be more afraid to do things like this.. but it certainly wouldn't stop most of the people who have the knowledge to.
09/24/2011 07:12 PMPosted by CynikulI don't remember bnetd, it might have been before my time. I started playing D2 in 4th grade.. I'm a junior in college now, so, beats me.
My question was, would they really take the time to trace down individuals? Certainly it would make them a more fearsome company, but, I can't see them taking the time if they've already shut it down completely in the first place.
Suffice it to say, that's not a risk that anyone should want to be taking. Damages could run in the tens to hundreds of thousands of dollars, if Blizzard's lawyers decided to play rough.
I am amazed at how little people know about computers these days.
I'm amazed at how little people know about law these days.
09/24/2011 05:43 PMPosted by AlvraenIt's illegal. Don't do it.
But how the hell did they get hold of the blizz servers?
...An infarction is a blockage in an artery.Thank the heavens we can always count on the grammar police to show up and help us understand ... um ... 'stuff'.
An infraction is the word you're looking for.
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