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Question about Global Bans
« on: June 26, 2012, 11:30:36 pm »
Does anyone know, have global bans been handed out for anything outside of DayZ? Like, has anyone been global banned for hacking a Domination or Life server?

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Re: Question about Global Bans
« Reply #1 on: June 26, 2012, 11:31:40 pm »
If you're Globally Banned, you're banned, hence the word "Global", from all OA Servers.

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Re: Question about Global Bans
« Reply #2 on: June 26, 2012, 11:32:55 pm »
I know that, but I'm asking has anyone been global-banned for mod-apping something other than DayZ?

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Re: Question about Global Bans
« Reply #3 on: June 26, 2012, 11:35:15 pm »
Probably not until now, BattleEye is now detecting scripts and banning players. So, more than likely, you'll get banned for hacking on other servers. (Since they use BE)

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Re: Question about Global Bans
« Reply #4 on: June 27, 2012, 01:47:31 am »
Does anyone actually know? I'm guessing that the BE globals are only for DayZ and it's safe to hack other servers.

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Re: Question about Global Bans
« Reply #5 on: June 27, 2012, 02:03:46 am »
No, BE are for all servers that have it enabled.

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Re: Question about Global Bans
« Reply #6 on: June 27, 2012, 08:02:29 am »
I'm not concerned about a pathetic local GUID ban, I am only wondering about global bans and the circumstances under which they are being handed out. I know it was a complex question but if you don't understand then please don't try to answer.

Since I have gotten banned and then unbanned myself from non-DayZ servers after the DayZ-related global bans began, I know for a fact that not every BE ban is global.

Since the BE people would have to look at each mission script before making restrictions for a particular server, and they don't all share the intimate relationship that BIS has with DayZ, I'm going to assume that the answer is no, global bans have not been handed out for anything aside from DayZ.

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Re: Question about Global Bans
« Reply #7 on: June 27, 2012, 01:09:14 pm »
I'm not concerned about a pathetic local GUID ban, I am only wondering about global bans and the circumstances under which they are being handed out. I know it was a complex question but if you don't understand then please don't try to answer.

Since I have gotten banned and then unbanned myself from non-DayZ servers after the DayZ-related global bans began, I know for a fact that not every BE ban is global.

Since the BE people would have to look at each mission script before making restrictions for a particular server, and they don't all share the intimate relationship that BIS has with DayZ, I'm going to assume that the answer is no, global bans have not been handed out for anything aside from DayZ.

server owners check their logs , see detected scripts or check another log which i wont mention .. you go to battleye prison . thats basicaly how it works.
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Re: Question about Global Bans
« Reply #8 on: June 28, 2012, 02:10:54 am »
I'm not concerned about a pathetic local GUID ban, I am only wondering about global bans and the circumstances under which they are being handed out. I know it was a complex question but if you don't understand then please don't try to answer.

Since I have gotten banned and then unbanned myself from non-DayZ servers after the DayZ-related global bans began, I know for a fact that not every BE ban is global.

Since the BE people would have to look at each mission script before making restrictions for a particular server, and they don't all share the intimate relationship that BIS has with DayZ, I'm going to assume that the answer is no, global bans have not been handed out for anything aside from DayZ.

server owners check their logs , see detected scripts or check another log which i wont mention .. you go to battleye prison . thats basicaly how it works.
Can't they also use wireshark and filter packets sent by clients to see if they contain bad scripts?

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Re: Question about Global Bans
« Reply #9 on: June 28, 2012, 02:15:40 am »
I'm not concerned about a pathetic local GUID ban, I am only wondering about global bans and the circumstances under which they are being handed out. I know it was a complex question but if you don't understand then please don't try to answer.

Since I have gotten banned and then unbanned myself from non-DayZ servers after the DayZ-related global bans began, I know for a fact that not every BE ban is global.

Since the BE people would have to look at each mission script before making restrictions for a particular server, and they don't all share the intimate relationship that BIS has with DayZ, I'm going to assume that the answer is no, global bans have not been handed out for anything aside from DayZ.

server owners check their logs , see detected scripts or check another log which i wont mention .. you go to battleye prison . thats basicaly how it works.
Can't they also use wireshark and filter packets sent by clients to see if they contain bad scripts?

only partially. if you execute scripts locally they arent transferred to the server (only things like vehicle name if you spawn vehicles). they can only see full scripts if you execute code remotely on the server or other players.

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Re: Question about Global Bans
« Reply #10 on: June 28, 2012, 03:37:45 am »
I'm not concerned about a pathetic local GUID ban, I am only wondering about global bans and the circumstances under which they are being handed out. I know it was a complex question but if you don't understand then please don't try to answer.

Since I have gotten banned and then unbanned myself from non-DayZ servers after the DayZ-related global bans began, I know for a fact that not every BE ban is global.

Since the BE people would have to look at each mission script before making restrictions for a particular server, and they don't all share the intimate relationship that BIS has with DayZ, I'm going to assume that the answer is no, global bans have not been handed out for anything aside from DayZ.

server owners check their logs , see detected scripts or check another log which i wont mention .. you go to battleye prison . thats basicaly how it works.
Can't they also use wireshark and filter packets sent by clients to see if they contain bad scripts?

only partially. if you execute scripts locally they arent transferred to the server (only things like vehicle name if you spawn vehicles). they can only see full scripts if you execute code remotely on the server or other players.

what bouncer539 ment to say was if you use setvehicleinit or public variables then they will be able to record it using a tool like wire shark there are ways around it , pm him he knows how to do it and dont take no for an answer. just keep pming him i know hes busy but he will tell you if you pm him enough.
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Re: Question about Global Bans
« Reply #11 on: June 28, 2012, 01:33:05 pm »
I'm not concerned about a pathetic local GUID ban, I am only wondering about global bans and the circumstances under which they are being handed out. I know it was a complex question but if you don't understand then please don't try to answer.

Since I have gotten banned and then unbanned myself from non-DayZ servers after the DayZ-related global bans began, I know for a fact that not every BE ban is global.

Since the BE people would have to look at each mission script before making restrictions for a particular server, and they don't all share the intimate relationship that BIS has with DayZ, I'm going to assume that the answer is no, global bans have not been handed out for anything aside from DayZ.

server owners check their logs , see detected scripts or check another log which i wont mention .. you go to battleye prison . thats basicaly how it works.
Can't they also use wireshark and filter packets sent by clients to see if they contain bad scripts?

only partially. if you execute scripts locally they arent transferred to the server (only things like vehicle name if you spawn vehicles). they can only see full scripts if you execute code remotely on the server or other players.

what bouncer539 ment to say was if you use setvehicleinit or public variables then they will be able to record it using a tool like wire shark there are ways around it , pm him he knows how to do it and dont take no for an answer. just keep pming him i know hes busy but he will tell you if you pm him enough.

lol i stalk the forums more nowa days but had to post "lol" as this made me laugh xD

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Re: Question about Global Bans
« Reply #12 on: June 28, 2012, 03:29:10 pm »
I'm not concerned about a pathetic local GUID ban, I am only wondering about global bans and the circumstances under which they are being handed out. I know it was a complex question but if you don't understand then please don't try to answer.

Since I have gotten banned and then unbanned myself from non-DayZ servers after the DayZ-related global bans began, I know for a fact that not every BE ban is global.

Since the BE people would have to look at each mission script before making restrictions for a particular server, and they don't all share the intimate relationship that BIS has with DayZ, I'm going to assume that the answer is no, global bans have not been handed out for anything aside from DayZ.

server owners check their logs , see detected scripts or check another log which i wont mention .. you go to battleye prison . thats basicaly how it works.
Can't they also use wireshark and filter packets sent by clients to see if they contain bad scripts?

only partially. if you execute scripts locally they arent transferred to the server (only things like vehicle name if you spawn vehicles). they can only see full scripts if you execute code remotely on the server or other players.

what bouncer539 ment to say was if you use setvehicleinit or public variables then they will be able to record it using a tool like wire shark there are ways around it , pm him he knows how to do it and dont take no for an answer. just keep pming him i know hes busy but he will tell you if you pm him enough.

lol i stalk the forums more nowa days but had to post "lol" as this made me laugh xD

i 'loled' when i typed it.
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Re: Question about Global Bans
« Reply #13 on: June 28, 2012, 08:46:15 pm »
i 'loled' when i typed it.

me too, because this is the one of the rare cases where you give out useful info just for the sake of "topping" what i said, lol. :icon_laugh

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Re: Question about Global Bans
« Reply #14 on: June 28, 2012, 09:26:11 pm »
i 'loled' when i typed it.

me too, because this is the one of the rare cases where you give out useful info just for the sake of "topping" what i said, lol. :icon_laugh

+ 1 you da man. :icon_thumbsup ( had many pms yet ) ?  :icon_laugh

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