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Its an interesting one, and seems to come with varied responses depending on who you talk to. According to support, the scans are run constantly, picking up bot users on a daily basis. It then tracks patterns in players movements to determine whether or not they are a bot user or not, before then banning the account(s). Maserati Vx1 Vocal Enhancer there. Either this is extremely slow, or extremely ineffective as 24/7 botting ships never seem to get picked up. It was interesting a year or 2 ago to see a player on my server and his very close friend, who had botted a handful of times each, both receive a permanent ban for their first offence, whilst constant users who had even been banned before received only a month's ban.

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The players that were banned spent minimal amounts on the game compared to some that spent large amounts and escaped, but I don't want to be that guy that blames the ban system on how much people spend as I don't believe this is strictly true. Many high profile, high expenditure accounts get banned for botting whereas many smaller accounts do not. I have then heard through a member of the team via discord, that this is not the case at all. I am going purely on what the team member said to me here, so I cannot confirm and will not add my own opinions, but this was that there is not a system at all, and that players are hand-picked where there is enough evidence and punished accordingly, with the numbers then posted in the forum being exaggerated to deter users. Now, this is only what I was told and I have no evidence of this being true. I am not trying to take a stab at BigPoint or any of the team members if this is not the case, and I hope that it is not.

My personal thoughts, which I have stated before, are that the bot epidemic has grown too far for BigPoint to feasibly remove the botters without taking a substantial hit to their revenue. I also think that if BigPoint had a legitimate way of detecting and punishing users efficiently, then it would be used. There is no logical reason why BigPoint, if they had a script, wouldn't run this to temporarily ban ALL bot users as a way of deterring the use of the programs as opposed to removing ~75% of their player base.

Csr Harmony Bluetooth Software Stack Download Games here. Thanks, ~Des. Its an interesting one, and seems to come with varied responses depending on who you talk to. According to support, the scans are run constantly, picking up bot users on a daily basis. It then tracks patterns in players movements to determine whether or not they are a bot user or not, before then banning the account(s). Either this is extremely slow, or extremely ineffective as 24/7 botting ships never seem to get picked up. It was interesting a year or 2 ago to see a player on my server and his very close friend, who had botted a handful of times each, both receive a permanent ban for their first offence, whilst constant users who had even been banned before received only a month's ban. The players that were banned spent minimal amounts on the game compared to some that spent large amounts and escaped, but I don't want to be that guy that blames the ban system on how much people spend as I don't believe this is strictly true.