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7-07-2010 @ 11:08PM
Um, isn't it all because gold farmers have turned from, you know farming, to stealing accounts instead?
7-08-2010 @ 4:24AM
No. You've gone and fallen for the Blizz-Bullshit-Machine there.Hackers and Botters are two VERY different communities, with two VERY different aims and goals.Botters - there a numerous bots out there all working and all keeping your accounts quite safe - spend their time flying around, gathering, then selling to you on the AH for cheap prices. Then, when they've made a shit ton of gold, sell it on to either a website (who will sell to you) or direct to you.Hackers - these are usually talentless script kiddies (mostly located in the *shock* USA). Yes, they'll steal your accounts if your retarded enough to click a link in an email, or download addon_name.exe and run it. To be honest, if you get your account stolen by something like this, you almost deserve it.Also, whilst I'm on the subject - Most public bots are actually created and hosted in the USA or Europe. There are private bots from Asia, but not nearly as many as Blizzard will have you think.
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