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    Old 05-12-2012, 03:26 PM
    haerbinwan haerbinwan is offline
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    Default First free trial Diablo3 BOT was found

    Diablo3 economy is about to crash.

    A Bot, named D3TNT, video on youtube,

    In the video, they had auto-questings, grinding, looting based on quality threshold, etc..

    The bot does not rely on mouse, so this can support multi-botting.

    Supports all classes, a lot skill combinations.

    They claimed the bot has an auto pathing algorithm to handle all random generated dungeons.

    No fake or illegal packets are sent to the server side and they don't modify the client side, so hard to be detected?

    They have download available now and it works with the beta version.

    If this is true, D3 will get a lot of bottings
    [url]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=64JtHoMm9_8[/url]
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    Old 05-12-2012, 04:09 PM
    Belimawr Belimawr is offline
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    Blizzard is normally fast on these things they have plenty of practice with them in wow and they have shown in the past they ain't scared of banning a massive chunk of people in wow and they lose money banning accounts. Not to mention this bot was made in beta so a day one patch could be already made to block it.
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    Old 05-12-2012, 04:12 PM
    Klatu Klatu is offline
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    Perhaps Warden will pick it up when the game goes live, Blizzard have a lot of experience with dealing with botters from WoW. Whatever happens it looks like Blizz are in a arms race with the Chinese farmers.
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