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5-19-2008 @ 3:41PM
Anyone know if Warden or a similar process runs on the OS X version of WoW?
5-19-2008 @ 4:27PM
Good question. I'm also curious abut the Macintosh version - however I think it's safe to assume that Blizzard would enforce the same thing on the Mac.
5-20-2008 @ 10:20AM
I have a feeling OSX's security model wouldn't allow Warden to peer into other processes on a whim, unless it was running as admin - and there's no request to run WoW as admin.
5-19-2008 @ 10:44PM
it doesn't take admin rights for OSx to look at your processesif you own the process, other processes you own (aka warden) can interact with themthe only thing warden can't do is look at processes owned by other users, or admin processesThis is true for all *nix based operating systems...If you purposefully execute an application, you are granting it full rights that you as a user are allowed. If you, the user, can see your other processes, they can see each other.see my other comment for further explanationplease, don't assume your mac is bullet proof because its a mac, thats the best way to have your system compromised
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