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Locked Topic  Are people still getting banned in SP?
Neo7  posted on Feb 08, 2015 11:17:14 PM - Report post

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originally posted by imaculate

originally posted by TacomaYakko

As with performing at-home electrolysis (risk of scarring), I cannot recommend using any third-party tool to modify a Blizzard game's memory addresses under any circumstance. If it's offline, they'll try to make you feel guilty for "reverse-engineering." If it's SP, they'll say that you are compromising the integrity of achievements.

Eventually, your account will draw the short end of the stick in their rounds, and receive a game-wide ban. It doesn't matter how long of a history you've had with their games, customer service will treat you like a second-class citizen, your support ticket will be locked, and chances are that you'll get a discount coupon towards replacement games. There, we see their motivation: money. If they cared about the integrity of their games, they'd simply bar a player from multiplayer or achievements.

In all, I can't recommend any Blizzard game these days. They take their own clickwrap too seriously. I'm not even completely sure why this particular trainer hasn't been discontinued due to this.

[Edited by TacomaYakko, 1/13/2015 9:04:40 PM]

you're right. CH usually stops updating trainers that can get members in trouble. I find it curious as well. Lastly, I can confirm that Blizzard is well aware of this trainer and their anticheat system, Warden, is set to detect all users that use this. Does CH get a kick back for every license repurchase? Just asking because that's what I was told by the blizzard ex-staff... He didn't say CH specifically but did say they give kickbacks to people who make trainers for their games as long as they provide blizz with the code to look for and detect.

[Edited by imaculate, 2/8/2015 8:29:10 PM]

[Edited by imaculate, 2/8/2015 8:29:30 PM]


Guy said they give spiffs to trainer makers for their games in exchange for the code so they can more easily spot them? What on Earth would the logic be? Sounds like they're making sport of it. SMH.

Neo7  posted on Feb 09, 2015 7:35:50 AM - Report post

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It's a very weak accusation. All we're going on is him saying he heard from an "ex-employee" with zero verification on that. On top of that, CHU has a ton of paying members making funding not an issue. It's a very rude question to ask given that context but it was answered nonetheless.
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