Well, it finally happened was recently banned from sc2 using the wonderful trainer single player of course testing maps I was working on. Joy gotta love the overpowered blizzard hand to the face. Don't think I will play it ever again.
This account was closed because the user was identified using an unauthorized cheat program, also known as a "hack." These programs provide player benefits normally not achievable in StarCraft II. Such benefits include, but are not limited to, increased map visibility, abuse of connection speed, game crashes, etc. Use of these unauthorized programs harm the competitive environment because they offer an unfair advantage over other players and supersede the intended limits of the game.
Even if this behavior is the result of a third party accessing the account instead of the registered user (for example, a friend, family member, or game service) then the account owner can still be held responsible for the penalty because of the impact it had on the game environment.
For any disputes of this action, please submit an Account Penalty Inquiry here: us.blizzard.com/support/webform.xml?locale=en_US
Customer Service Blizzard Entertainment us.battle.net/sc2/en/
The cash grab has begun. It is interesting to note that Blizzard has chosen a DRM method that is worse then the one in C&C 3. You can't deactivate your game...ever. So much for giving it away if you decide to stop playing. What is the problem you ask. BNET is also tied to your WOW account as well as Starcraft, Brood Wars, and the Diablo games. I guess they will enjoy just having the hackers playing ladder matches soon.
Bad news for you guys, Blizzard just closed my account because I was using a cheat program found here at Cheat happens. I explained that I never played against another human player at all but they wouldn't hear what I have to say.