Yeah? but you know, they only fixed wiz bug when it was exposed to all players in the forums, so from past experience, that simply doesnt work Drothvader, with all due respect =)
After I found out about the Wizard exploit I posted instructions in an unlisted video and sent it to the above link.
I also elevated my concern that it was being featured on IGN.
That is how you properly report an exploit.
Of course it's true that when it goes viral it certainly does get more immediate attention, but telling everyone "Hey, here's an exploit! GO DO IT!" only exacerbates the issues.
After it went viral, the problem was resolved in a little over 24 hours. The bug was know for a little over a month I believe? Even if no one reported it back then (as unlikely as it would seem), I doubt that immediate action would have been taken to fix the issue, and would most likely the fix would have been rolled out with the next big patch, or next planned maintenance period. When as many people as there was yesterday raging on the forums about it, as there were people in the game using said exploit, it becomes harder NOT to act.
Sometimes, you only need a single phonecall to make your point, but sometimes, you need to shoot a canonball into their head office for them to notice.
If there's a problem with spreading this kind of information openly, it's Blizzard's fault for not dealing with bug reports in a timely fashion. As you can see, if they put their mind to it, they can deal with it incredibly quickly, while some bugs remain, from day 1 and still haven't been addressed, despite many many reports. So does it take the entire community to come crashing down on them before they take notice? At this point it seems like it.