When Wow.exe crashed, it brings up the a dialog that asks if you want to close the client or re-open the client. Recently I've noticed the tiny little checkbox at the bottom left of the dialog that says something like "Send Data to Blizzard". The checkbox is checked by DEFAULT, so you need to un-check this checkbox before clicking on any buttons. Otherwise I assume that Blizzard gets your crash dump which includes data showing that HB was hooked into at the time of the crash. I have my theories regarding the banwave, and one of those is that Blizzard was LEGALLY collecting data about HB from various sources in order to flag accounts before the banwave. Collecting crash dumps and flagging accounts that had HB hooked would definitely be a legal way of doing things because the user is opting to send the data to Blizzard by simply not un-checking that little checkbox. It would also be 100% indisputable, hard evidence that you were using HB. Also, from the various threads I've read, one GM also let slip something to the effect that "If HB didn't throw so many errors, they wouldn't have gotten detected." This theory would fit in with what the GM said. So the question is, how many of you actually had Wow.exe crash and did NOT uncheck the little checkbox? How many of you even noticed it was there at all? I have a feeling that at least once I may not have unchecked that checkbox before closing the dialog, resulting in me sending the crash dump to Blizzard and getting my account flagged. After HB came back online using HB 788, Wow.exe has crashed a few times. I have been VERY careful to uncheck that checkbox before closing the Wow.exe client. Maybe even safer would be to just terminate the Wow.exe process from the Process Manager just to be safe it doesn't send any data out. So far I have not gotten banned (fingers crossed).