Discussion in 'Honorbuddy Forum' started by ITGuy, May 21, 2015.
Exactly! Lol great movie btw
If I ever bot again it wont be on my main-account, so I'll probably try it out on a disposable acc.
Giants don't last forever.
I'm not botting again for a looooong time... I've only been using HB for combat routines, I could play any class and be great... Now I'll just focus on one character and master it by hand just like I used to do before..
We all do stupid things like let our CR run when we switch characters (and HB doesn't stop when you disconnect and keeps trying to cast other classes' spells...) ... There's a lot of little weird behaviours like this that along with the 32bits client and the click to move setting that leads blizzard to flag us... I don't buy the "we don't know what happened but fuck it, let's assume that blizz crossed the red line to screw with us"
I'm honestly sorry for HB, and thankful for the years I played with it, I could be lazy in raids and be great at it... But sorry I won't be using HB again until they really find ways to prevent it from being detected
Antivirus or firewall won't save u hahaha
Damn, Mirabis, you are an evil bastard. Nice CRs, though.
I see it this way: it was never safe to hardcore bot on your main account...I have botted this game off/on for almost 10 years on various accounts and still to this very day I have my main account. People just got so casual with HB, tools, assists, etc... I think it was the PVPers who were most mad as well as anyone who farmed/botted places super obviously. Wow's community finally had enough and blizz banned anyone who they caught using any assist tools / cheats / hacks / bots / etc. They have their methods of catching botters, we know this.
I look at it this way. Blizzard "probably" detected Honorbuddy by doing a sweep of players RAM to show not only what processes were concurrently running with WoW, but what exactly they were doing (i.e., sending commands to/interacting with the wow client.) They "probably" did this by injecting a program/malware that ran whenever a player started wow. This program's sole function was to look and see what else a player's computer was doing while wow was running. This is allowed by Blizzard's ToS and EULA, although it falls into a bit of a gray area legally. Technically it's an invasion of privacy, but since you have to agree to both the EULA and the ToS in order to play the game, Blizzard pretty much has you over a barrel.
I'm just going to assume from here on out that Blizzard not only can do this again whenever they want (as they most certainly will, especially with the introduction of real currency into the game in the form of WoW tokens) but that no matter what the developers here at Honorbuddy do, they will never, NEVER be able to hide what Honorbuddy is doing in your RAM. They can hide from Warden, but they cannot hide from Blizzard actively looking at your Memory while the game is running. And this is something that Blizzard can do whenever they want.
So some advice: if you do not want to lose an account, don't use any bot, even Honorbuddy. Despite the claims that Honorbuddy isn't "detected" Blizzard can see Honorbuddy any time they feel motivated enough to look. All they have to do is look at your RAM and HB lights up like a Christmas tree.
Honorbuddy is really only useful to people who bot accounts in order to make money (gold sellers, power levelers , etc.) Those sorts of people don't mind if they lose an account. All they have to do is get another one, or five, or ten, and they are back in business with barely a moment's downtime. Casual botters (people too lazy to learn to play their class, or too bored with repetitive tasks to actually do them) will lose every time in the long run.
For me, I think I'll just stick to playing by hand from here on out.
100 % agree. i am done as well.
i think with the loss of subs blizz will be more motivated...
its asking for a ban
Got to hand it to Blizzard, they know what they are doing. Quite smart.
Getting out of hand. Where is CnG when you actually want them?
Actually if they scanned outaide their area it does not matter what you signed per say. Illegal is illegal. In law you cannot grant people the right to break the law. There is a legal term for it. But the otherside of it is proving it and then fighting it neither of which we will ever doso we screwed in that regard.
correct me if im wrong, but if they see HB in ram, wouldn't they see other bots as well? and they all happy that they didn't get found? Whats the point of having the nuke and not chasing to kill the enemies that are small groups but just the big one?
Wall of text with accuses only. Would you be kind enough to provide single proof? Or let the theory-crafting begin?
I will never play by hand, got to used to botting lol
I will stay away from HB tho for quite sometime, going to switch over to soap rotation 64-bit bot for a while until things become clearer with HB.
i will go down with honorbuddy no matter what i will bot on my 10 yr old accoutn when i get it back i will die for honorbuddy!!!!!!
Don't let the door hit you on your way out. Every damn thread I read is full with your dumb comments.
You obviously don't know anything about how honorbuddy, or any other WoW bots for that matter, work.
And the loss of subs is a in the order of 10s of thousands (which translates to 100s of thousands of dollars, which is really not a big deal for a giant corporation). No big deal... I promise you Blizzard won't lose a minute of sleep; plus they know that most of us will go back anyway and buy accounts and spend even more money. Keep your head out of the sand bro, you're $15 per months is not as important as you think.
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