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 Post subject: Re: [C#] D3Adventure
PostPosted: Thu Jan 02, 2014 11:08 am 
 
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is this alive, or dead? does anybody have access to the repo? I tried to get access, but did not get it in the last ~7-9 months...
If this is alive, I would appreciate a PM with a zip file with the content... :roll:


Damn it really has been forever since I've been on,
Have you heard of anything yet on this?
I'm going to assume that no behind the scenes action took place on this project and that the private server hasn't been up/maintained.

I don't even remember where I had this project, I don't even have it on my private repo system, it kinda makes me sick that I remember the last I had it it was SVN and now I'm a GIT user ;P

Edit: seems funny that this thread has so much attention and views, yet it seems that there's nothing in existance for it


well, the non-existent scene around D3 is everything but not funny :|



I wonder if it has been long enough that Blizzard is done going on natzi legal cases for this, but no doubt, if something got popular they would go after it, but like you're saying even if we had a hack scene the whole D3 scene and community (including in game community) is non-existent thanks to actiblizz.

I kind of wonder what would have happened with this project if it had stayed public; given the amount of interest in this thread, but I couldn't face the threat of the legal issues that were brewing - I've had too many people around me taken down, people that I talked to on a daily basis. I'm amazed at the amount of public keys in this thread, but then again there was an explanation of how to create them, so surely there were not that many developers.

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 Post subject: Re: [C#] D3Adventure
PostPosted: Fri Jan 03, 2014 9:32 pm 
 
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is this alive, or dead? does anybody have access to the repo? I tried to get access, but did not get it in the last ~7-9 months...
If this is alive, I would appreciate a PM with a zip file with the content... :roll:


Damn it really has been forever since I've been on,
Have you heard of anything yet on this?
I'm going to assume that no behind the scenes action took place on this project and that the private server hasn't been up/maintained.

I don't even remember where I had this project, I don't even have it on my private repo system, it kinda makes me sick that I remember the last I had it it was SVN and now I'm a GIT user ;P

Edit: seems funny that this thread has so much attention and views, yet it seems that there's nothing in existance for it


well, the non-existent scene around D3 is everything but not funny :|



I wonder if it has been long enough that Blizzard is done going on natzi legal cases for this, but no doubt, if something got popular they would go after it, but like you're saying even if we had a hack scene the whole D3 scene and community (including in game community) is non-existent thanks to actiblizz.

I kind of wonder what would have happened with this project if it had stayed public; given the amount of interest in this thread, but I couldn't face the threat of the legal issues that were brewing - I've had too many people around me taken down, people that I talked to on a daily basis. I'm amazed at the amount of public keys in this thread, but then again there was an explanation of how to create them, so surely there were not that many developers.


I started to believe that not Blizzard is responsible for that. Money does.
Starcraft2 scene = that fucking VaillantChaos (or whatever his name is) who is SELLING his hack. I have to vomit...
Diablo 3 scene is zero, it is just nothing. Why? Blizzard legal letters? BULLSHIT.

I don't know anything about the background 'maffia', but there is a fact: D3adventure's code is very very similar to demonbuddy's code.
Very similar. I have no idea if the author of D3adv reverse engineered DemonBuddy or the DB is based on D3adv, but who knows...
I can easily imagine that they started as opensource project, then realized they can earn shittons of money by making is pay-to-use, so they shut down the project, and finished the code-injector nightmare we know today as DemonBuddy.

Nesox is probably a demonbuddy member. Those people don't even share a single rendering disabler...
Nobody shares anything. Because they would ruin their own pay-to-use hack/bot market.

THAT makes much more sense than mysterious legal letters from Blizzard. Of course if you are selling a bot and you have thousands of users, then Blizzard will go after you.
But this is only nowadays' disease: VaillantChaos and other income-driven douches protecting their 'intellectual property'. I wish Blizzard will hunt them down, but it looks like I'm just dreaming...

And I still don't know what the fuck "BHDev" means under my name, but I'm really not too proud of it so admins are free to remove it...

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 Post subject: Re: [C#] D3Adventure
PostPosted: Mon Jan 20, 2014 1:51 am 
 
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add me pleaze, if this is still on!

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 Post subject: Re: [C#] D3Adventure
PostPosted: Sun Jan 26, 2014 3:33 am 
 
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 Post subject: Re: [C#] D3Adventure
PostPosted: Sun Feb 22, 2015 9:27 pm 
 
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Hello. Please add me to the repository if possible. Thanks.

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 16, 2015 9:11 am 
 
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