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2-09-2011 @ 12:24PM
The ban from battle.net is only temporary! This happened to use once before during WotLK and we were able to get back in the next day. We will throttle the armory traffic further to hopefully avoid the problem from happening again.It is really spammers and people who make computer viruses that caused the problem. Blizzard wouldn't have to automatically assume any site making lots of requests is malicious if... most of them weren't malicious.
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