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So I got IP banned from battle.net

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Posted September 18, 2010 - 09:05 PM

I installed StealthBot 2.7.1 and started it up, then I did the step-by-step setup and checked everything was ok.
I chose BNLS to be jbls.org
And then I connected and it said that it could not connect to jbls.org and asked if I wanted to search for a diffrent server...
Then it found one and started to connect to battle.net but failed and rejoined and then it said that I was IP-banned from battle.net.
Like the one on the wiki.
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After that I could not connect to Northrend with Warcraft III.
I think it is a 2 week ban...
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So why did this happen after only 1 connect??
Have Blizzard gotten harder on who runs bots?
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I used a Diablo II key BTW.

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Posted September 18, 2010 - 10:36 PM

How new is your d2 key?
Update to the latest build. You *might* have encountered the glitch in BNCSUtil.dll which causes cdkeys to be invalid. (It would of shown the 'invalid cdkey' error before you got IPed.
Anyways, wait out the ban, update to the latest build, and you should be fine.
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Posted September 25, 2010 - 12:47 AM

My old JBLS, jbls.org has been incommunicado for a long time now. I'm now running wjlafrance.net which I recommend using. It's physically located in an Amazon data center, so hopefully it'll be more reliable than the old one.

Can you tell us what JBLS you ended up using when you logged on?
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