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In brief, for people who don't feel like viewing the 17 mins of the movie

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1 Mese 2 Settimane fa #64581 da Megaomgchen
Megaomgchen ha creato la discussione In brief, for people who don't feel like viewing the 17 mins of the movie
In brief, for people who don't feel like viewing the 17 mins of the movie:A product duplication glitch was detected which involved intentionally crashing the server right. This works because the progress of your character would revert to 15 minutes prior to the save state, whichever was available or the crash. It did not properly revert all character transactions though and allowed runescape players to duplicate items.Abusers of the glitch theorized this was potential to control when they watched an Ice Poseidon VOD where he hosted a drop party and unintentionally crashed the server from the sheer quantity of runescape players trying to pick up his drops.

They jumped the server by flooding one zone of runescape with approximately 2,000 accounts (the server population limit) and needed them junk activities repeatedly.The r/2007scape mods conducted automoderator scripts to remove any mention of the word"dupe" in order to silence and censor any speculation of this duplication glitch existing going out. While it's generally understood that they don't officially represent Jagex, it is very likely that they did so since Jagex asked them to censor any mention of their dupe.During the analysis where Rendi raised the bug with Jagex and exactly how it worked, they did not give him one response or acknowledgement that it was mended. From those abusing the bug, if anything more were found out by him.

Rendi additionally accused Jagex of utilizing NDAs (non disclosure agreements) to silence other Runescape content creators from discussing the duplication exploit. It might have taken just five crashes to duplicate the quantity of gold which runescape likely had in its market. Further dupes could have multiplied that more.

This is not the first time Jagex was in hot water with the OSRS community.Last year, Jagex fired Mod Jed and reported him to the authorities because their internal investigations found that he had been stealing billions of gold from other runescape players and promoting it for real world cash. Runescape players were suspicious of an internal breach when they had gold being stolen from their account and were told by Customer Support that their accounts security was to blame, regardless of them using 2FA, Google authenticator, an in-game bank PIN along with other steps to maintain their accounts protected. Rumour has it that Jed fled the nation to evade arrest.

In brief, for people who don't feel like viewing the 17 mins of the movie

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1 Mese 2 Settimane fa #64582 da Megaomgchen
Megaomgchen ha risposto alla discussione In brief, for people who don't feel like viewing the 17 mins of the movie

Megaomgchen ha scritto: In brief, for people who don't feel like viewing the 17 mins of the movie:A product duplication glitch was detected which involved intentionally crashing the server right. This works because the progress of your character would revert to 15 minutes prior to the save state, whichever was available or the crash. It did not properly revert all character transactions though and allowed runescape players to duplicate items.Abusers of the glitch theorized this was potential to control when they watched an Ice Poseidon VOD where he hosted a drop party and unintentionally crashed the server from the sheer quantity of runescape players trying to pick up his drops.

They jumped the server by flooding one zone of runescape with approximately 2,000 accounts (the server population limit) and needed them junk activities repeatedly.The r/2007scape mods conducted automoderator scripts to remove any mention of the word"dupe" in order to silence and censor any speculation of this duplication glitch existing going out. While it's generally understood that they don't officially represent Jagex, it is very likely that they did so since Jagex asked them to censor any mention of their dupe.During the analysis where Rendi raised the bug with Jagex and exactly how it worked, they did not give him one response or acknowledgement that it was mended. From those abusing the bug, if anything more were found out by him.

Rendi additionally accused Jagex of utilizing NDAs (non disclosure agreements) to silence other Runescape content creators from discussing the duplication exploit. It might have taken just five crashes to duplicate the quantity of gold which runescape likely had in its market. Further dupes could have multiplied that more.

This is not the first time Jagex was in hot water with the OSRS community.Last year, Jagex fired Mod Jed and reported him to the authorities because their internal investigations found that he had been stealing billions of gold from other runescape players and promoting it for real world cash. Runescape players were suspicious of an internal breach when they had gold being stolen from their account and were told by Customer Support that their accounts security was to blame, regardless of them using 2FA, Google authenticator, an in-game bank PIN along with other steps to maintain their accounts protected. Rumour has it that Jed fled the nation to evade arrest.

More RuneScape gold information on www.winrsgold.com/

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