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Circumventing IP bans
« Reply #45 on: June 27, 2005, 01:11:17 am »
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mal, have fun because i am contacting the RCMP tommorow about you spreading IP lists

online cheating isnt a crime, but publically posting IP numbers of individuals is


you didnt notify people before they connected to your server that you are going to distribute their IP in lists, you are asking for legal troubles and you are about to find out what happens to people who think they are above the law



Feel free, I'll bring up the fact that the code displaid shows hacked OFP (C) exe and in canada that over rides privacy laws cause I can now testify against you


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2. I will not modify any material for personal use, unless I have permission by the creator or copyright holder.
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1, _3_, 4, 5. Didn't think I would have to do this, but next time read the disclaimer/rules on the opening page a little bit better.
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Circumventing IP bans
« Reply #46 on: June 27, 2005, 01:27:16 am »
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Feel free, I'll bring up the fact that the code displaid shows hacked OFP (C) exe and in canada that over rides privacy laws cause I can now testify against you


Looks like he doesnt know that there are still a lot of players which run the Flashpointbeta.exe (which is patched to last version by a offical patch) so this test for flashpointresistence.exe is useless and doesnt proove anything (and im not even talking about different language versions).