Important Change for Honorbuddy, Demonbuddy and HearthBuddy Lifetime Users

    Greetings Buddies,
    For our long term plans, it is inevitable to do the following changes effective immediately (tomorrow - 18 January 2017). We are changing all existing Demonbuddy and Honorbuddy Lifetime licenses to expire after 2 years of usage.


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  1. #1
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    Ausrufezeichen Spying on your local network!

    Hello! Pushedx pay attention!

    There is a regularity.
    After the ban, poe client collects information on the LAN and sends a poe other clients in the local network information to the server.
    (Outbound traffic from the client goes. Checked!)
    And a ban to become multitude of banns.
    Recently I have been banned 3 acc.
    The next day the scheduler started the bot with the banned acc (forgotten him).
    and a minute later was banned another 5 acc.
    I tried again to find out the correct my assumption.
    Launched on another computer, another acc (also was ban earlier) and left work.
    A few minutes later the other 7 acc was banned.
    I propose to isolate the computer from all networks when it detects ban
    and in the plugin Autologin erase data to prevent re-entry.

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    Proof please. I doubt someone is scanning in LANs.
    If you spent 10 seconds to write a thread, do not expect anyone to invest more time in reading and answering it!

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    I wrote that I spent experience with my bots not sparing them. and this pattern is repeated! What is the number of blocked accounts so that you had enough?

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    never got banned in a year, does that count? can ggg see my panties? Kappa
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    sigh-_-

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    Quote Originally Posted by toNyx View Post
    never got banned in a year, does that count? can ggg see my panties? Kappa
    nope it doesnt count

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    Edit.

    I suspect logging into a banned account will flag data associated with that account.
    Last edited by eatinapineapple; 12.01.2017 at 01:08.

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    toNyx i'm not talking about the usual customer behavior. Start on one VM the acc with ban and leave work if you think it's all shit. This is logical. As soon at one time passes the ban on many acc!

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    The simplest and most basic thing to do is to turn on and configure Windows firewall! I like to work without it and this in vain.

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    lol
    They don't checking lan but VMs and trades they do.

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    you're aware that GGG does IP bans sometimes?

    Theres no need for them to spy your local network. When a client connects to a server, the server has the clients IP. When 5 clients from the same network connect to the server, the server knows that those client share a network. If atleast one of the client shows "botting" behaviour (take any other word, "RMT" for example) its mostly an automated task to (at least) soft-ban every client in that network.

    You were not using a VPN for each client nevertheless (which would be recommend).

 

 
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