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10-29-2009 @ 5:40PM
Most likely, they're not using Blizzard's code at all. In the old days of EQ, the trick was to reverse-engineer what the game client expects the server to do, then create your own program that mimics that well enough to fool the game client. In effect, you write your own server software because you can't get at the real stuff. I imagine these people have done something similar.
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