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11-16-2007 @ 7:19AM
Too much fuss over nothing: they have an improved warden version that bot-makers can't crack? GREAT! Finally we're getting rid of those lazy b@stards!As for the lame excuses such as "a blizz employee wanting to do X or Y": WTF? You guys forget that you're ALREADY running blizzard's code?"Oh, but it makes that cheating employee's code harder to detect" - The odds of piano falling on your head are probably much higher, but you don't worry too much about it, do you? And if you worry too much about this, just use another computer, don't store your sensitive information un-encrypted, use a restricted account to run WoW... It's not like this is a REAL threat to any of us!And in the end, if you still feel uncomfortable, quite WoW altogether and go play something else: it's not like Blizzard shovels WoW down peoples' throats, is it?...
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