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3-09-2009 @ 8:33PM
Like any program, I'm sure it /can/ be disabled, probably by altering the WoW client software. Regardless of how you'd do it, it's a TOS violation. In all likelihood, Blizz also has something set up on the server side to confirm that Warden is running, so you'd likely get booted / banned if you tried to disable it.If you're concerned about what Warden's doing, I hear there's a "watch the watchers" addon called Governor that tells you when Warden pings your system and what it asks for. http://kotaku.com/gaming/crime/wows-warden-has-a-governor-131822.phpBlizz has kinda-sorta indicated that they don't like the program (it could conceivably give away info that would let cheaters circumvent Warden), but as far as I know, they've never done anything specifically to hinder or disable it. If anything, it proves that they're checking for cheats, rather than data-mining you for marketing purposes.
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