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5-22-2008 @ 7:51PM
Actually, I don't think it was originally leaked by any of those who were supposed to have it at all. The client was freely downloadable (and might possibly still be, under another filename) from the Blizzard site, and people figured out where it was located by trial and error. Once someone found it, it was inevitable that the floodgates would open.
5-23-2008 @ 1:51PM
The .exe wrath client Blizzard put on their site was a PATCHER. You could only install it on your machine if you already had the wrath client installed.The .exe file contains an IP tracer and a keylogging program, which relay information to Blizzard's hq in Aneheim. By doing this, they can track everyone who is using the wrath client, and determine if they were in the friends and family alpha, and take legal action against them if needed.The only catch is that they have to download this file off Blizzard's site.--Nogg-a-holics
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