To The Conduit Cheaters: Be Afraid

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  1. Chaos Punk
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    Taken from http://www.qj.net/The-Conduit-virtually-un...g/49/aid/133160

    Hopefully these cheatin bastards will think twice about using those damn annoying health cheats next time they go into Wi Fi.
     
  2. Rock Raiyu

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    Nintendo should have done something like this a long time ago when the cheaters first appeared online in the first place! Why are they worrying about it now!?
     
  3. Master Mo

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    Hmm, as far as I can tell not Nintendo is worrying about this... HighVoltage does! I guess the banning would be a piece of cake for Nintendo, if HV gathers all the information about the cheaters.
     
  4. Hadrian

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    They're not worrying about it, I doubt they even care. All they're doing is getting the addresses from High Voltage and banning people, High Voltage are the ones ptting the work in . Nintendo should do the same with their own games but we know they wont.
     
  5. shakirmoledina

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    to block cheaters... very difficult cuz it's troublesome
    me too doesn't expect any changes or happenings to protect
     
  6. Cablephish

    Cablephish Show me...

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    This person's done the duty of a good samaritan. I respect him for being a good hacker.

    EDIT: No pun intended.
    EDIT2: No wait, pun definitely intended.
     
  7. Chaos Punk
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    Nintendo aren't the ones keeping up with this, High Voltage is, and like the article says, the hacker has already given resources they can use to fight back like making it so that cheaters' save files would become corrupted. And banning wouldn't be too hard since there isn't TOO many cheaters, only maybe a few thousand, at least it's not 100,000. They can simply ban the cheaters' MAC addresses from The Conduits servers, problem solved.
     
  8. Blue-K

    Blue-K No right of appeal.

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    stop igoring me i got logined in to your account for some reason

    St*pid Idi*t with gramatical failure wrote here, using my name, and destroyed my original post...[​IMG]

    Summary of destroyed Text:
    -Never seen a Hacker Online yet (I'm lucky [​IMG])
    -There's a Cheat code from a st*upid who can unbann you (changes last two numbers of MAC)
    -Online Cheaters have no long live
    -Long live the Edit-Button!!!
     
  9. PettingZoo

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    I guess it's good to see some wrinkles being ironed out.
     
  10. Chaos Punk
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    What?
     
  11. Blue-K

    Blue-K No right of appeal.

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    i am not blue- k i am bp2000 but every time i log in it says blue-k

    St*pid Idi*t with gramatical failure wrote here, using my name...move on, nothing to see.... [​IMG]