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10-08-2010 @ 9:39PM
I suggest you look to the various regular blizzard forums where people talk about watching underground miners in wintergrasp (they hack the terrain so they can still mine, but they do so from underground so you cannot stop them), or look at the many posts about reporting botters made by people like Gevlon on his blog. What we have observed is that it can take months of continual reporting before blizzard will ban a bot, even if they're so obviously automated that anybody could notice that automation in no time.So yeah- I still think that Blizzard's track record on banning obvious botting and automation is so abysmal I'm not very optimistic about this.And @relmatos- these changes will not affect that in the least. Posting 1000 individual auctions of 1 infinite dust still only requires one mouseclick. It's one mouseclick per item type posted, not per auction, as you can still in the default interface (with no addons) say, "Please post 25 stacks of 5 of this item, please". Sorry to disappoint.
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