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3-13-2009 @ 4:53PM
If it returns for free, one of two things will happen.If it returns for free with the source code, Blizzard will finally see the source code, and understand how it works, and Warden will start to detect it.If it returns for free without source code, and without any company backing it... it's going to have back doors and stuff in it, and people who use it are going to be at extreme risk of having their WoW accounts stolen and their machines added to botnets.To restate: if it's free, the folks providing it are not making money directly from providing it. If they're going to stay ahead in the arms race versus Blizzard, they need a financial incentive. That'll either come from somewhere else (like selling spammers access to the botnet your machine is now in, or harvesting gold from your account), or it won't come at all, and Blizzard will win the arms race.
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