I'm asking that we blacklist all such players, we alienate them, we report them, and you permanently ban them, so that we can all have a better experience online. They are facilitating an unfair, unsafe, and dangerous environment in which DDoS run rampant. The last thing we need in a game full of imbalance is the increasing ubiquity of programs that illegally disconnect you from WoW and the internet. Why in the hell allow players of your game to run around committing known felonies?
I come here with realistic expectations. I don't think we'll have a DDoS free community by next week, or even next year, but that doesn't mean that success is out of reach. It will come in slow, careful steps. Our weakness is timidity and false expectations. But our greatest foes are surrender, despair, and neglect. So, for the sake of our game, I invite you all to get on with the program, report these people and others, talk to Blizzard, and tell them to hire staff to more effectively moderate our beloved game.
High-end streamers are scouted down by DDoSers, the NAO Gaming tournament was stifled by DDoS, arena matches, RBG games, etc. It is violating, it is wrong, and Blizzard needs to provide security by banning players that are knowingly, and, bragging about this. They aren't coy, they admit it openly through in-game chat. Many screenshots have been taken. We know it's happening, and yet nothing is being done.
Finally: I ask every person who reads this. If someone decided to kick you off your internet every time you went to the Auction House, every time your main tank pulled the boss, every time you were about roll on a piece of loot, how would you feel? Now imagine there was nothing you could do about it because World of Warcraft isn't a big deal, or because the police don't want to waste their time, or because you can't afford an attorney or are just an innocent fifteen year old kid.