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Discussion in 'Accepted Appeals' started by EhabSe, Mar 5, 2018.
Typical Cold Network Staff Team.
*just a meme lol, no hate*
can this get accepted already
this guy clearly doesn't know how to ss
Ok, getting banned for having discord on your pc seem legit huh?
yeah man he caught me using discord cLient
@Thrintios you know a lot more than me
tell me what do you think of this
What I think about your ban appeal or what?
no the discord auto clicker thing
i just finished recording i was finding autoclickers , but i didn't find my bs autoclickers
- 1 hour for a screenshare.. that is pretty long.
- update.exe is known to be a windows process (but you know, everyone can rename stuff to this)
I don't know what to think, honestly.
They also found my update.exe, I proved them wrong but they seem to don't give a shit regarding other people.
Unban him and close this thread.
Anyone that says otherwise is clearly an idiot.
i agree, i have been seen, like EhabSe like for long, in practice. i never saw him hack to me he looks like, his clicking 10-8 cps
I've done some research, I won't add links because it's there is not a single site that gives a very clear answer.
So apparently, the update.exe is (discord itself). It can also be a rat, in other words, it can be anything.
Therefore this is in no way, proof that UPDATE.EXE is an auto clicker.
That's not proof enough though.
BUT update.exe is not enough proof.
i saw, one of gloryblades videos one guy, was using an autoclicker it, was named .exe
I have found proof of this an I will make a thread right now.
Unban him and close this thread
and warn the idiots for false banning, if it goes beyond their experience they should ASK OTHER PEOPLE AS I TOLD THEM TO.
Show me the proof.
i'm i tripping out, the update.exe is an CPU BS
anyone can do that, though I have experienced staff on 6 other servers, I found someone naming his auto clicker as ''.exe'' but it's easy to catch any type of auto clickers if a staff knows how to ss
To use it on trash servers.