what do we do with the badges after the shop is gone
Converse with fellow players
Yea that might be the issue. At high threat levels you will not have this problem. I only run Shaqs at 50 and I have so many capsules in my bank saved up that I am considering destroying them.
Don't they stack to 999?
Yes they do but if I have 10 and I run a Quest cost 10 and I get 6 from that quest the total stack value isn't the issue.
Not that I know much about networks or anything, but doesn't the console and PC versions use different login servers? If so couldn't you just have the PC login server turned off?
Also the have all the Mac address of xbox so they could set the server to fail on any non xbox Mac .
@AndrlCh Learn something new every day, I never figured where the word "Takt" came from. Don't think I've ever heard, seen or read it until 'Summoner'. Interesting to know its German origin.
They should have gone with "Stick", if only for some laughing matter.
Tact or tack is also a term for the gear used to train and ride horses. It kind of reminds me of a crop. it might me that it's a version of tack.
@munchmytacos it is not qualified as a hack in any way, shape, or form.
It was a design flaw that allowed it to be exploited. The users still had to spend money for the exploit. There was no bypass, no penetration, no injection, nothing.
I guess on a cell phone you would also consider changing your date to get your lives back on Candy Crush as "hacking".
The terms are important. The differences are important.
if your example is correct then if i buy a pack of gum and take a whole cart of food it's not theft because i exploited the lack of security at a u-scan. changing the time isn't equal. you're upset that i'm calling a spade a spade.
Your analogy makes no sense. Basically, the people who got those extra AC tickets got them through the exploit by paying $1 for codes to get them. However, within the day, it was detected and all accounts that redeemed a code more than once were banned and it was set to ban them automatically until the issue was resolved, whether it was malicious or not. These items that were exploited were then removed from ALL account that did the exploit. One thing to note, however, is that no one actually used anything to gain access to the system, which is a requirement to qualify as a hack.
They used an xbox to access it.
IP has value and was taken. thats why they were banned. in my analogy the theif getting arrested doesn't change the nature of the crime either. petty theft is between $300-$500 on average so banning is the same as baring a minor theif from your store. they are exploits as a tool to a higher crime.
@munchmytacos That is not equivalent in any way, shape, or form.
Your logic is clouded by prejudice. Nothing was stolen, no law was broken, just exploited due to a design flaw.
Besides, let us not forget that the DDOS that occurred on the JP servers by foreigners wasn't done by Xbox users...
Should we use that as a basis to say that all PC users are horrible scoundrels who relish in causing misery of others?
prove they weren't xbox players.