Can a Ghost One bot detect hackers?

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    Can a Ghost One bot detect hackers?

    Can a Ghost One bot detect hackers?If not then is there any other way to?


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    No, how should it?

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    Like can't it detect a map hack(I mean it should be able to)

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    ghost one or ghost++ is a host bot, it doesn't detect anymap hack, but only create games for people to join and play

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    You'll have to watch replays and s maybe scan through them, if of one the players is clicking on Items / Heros which should be " invis " for him.

    As it's said above, GHost is just a BOT that, if you want so, clicks buttons in a row for you to host games.. Of course it's another mechanic, but the theory is like mentioned.

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    There is a way to detect dropBnet users(/maphacker):
    The bot can check /whois *person* , if the person is ingame, but "not logged in", then the person uses

    1. dropBnet (mostlikely)
    or
    2. uses LC
    or
    3. spoofing his name
    or
    4. has issues with the internet


    You can also do that by hand or write a Wc3 Banlist script, but you have to decide if it is really usefull.

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    It can detect hacks but rarley. What it does is it Desync's the player like if you had a dagger and you blinked in no fog on an area that was not revealed that is auto desync and kicks the player out hte game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pwoap View Post
    There is a way to detect dropBnet users(/maphacker):
    The bot can check /whois *person* , if the person is ingame, but "not logged in", then the person uses

    1. dropBnet (mostlikely)
    or
    2. uses LC
    or
    3. spoofing his name
    or
    4. has issues with the internet


    You can also do that by hand or write a Wc3 Banlist script, but you have to decide if it is really usefull.
    Or
    5. playing with accountname#2

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