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Jun 22, 2011 10:27 AM
Joined: Feb 02, 2009
Posts: 12
burn wrote:
burn wrote:
I will put it on my todo list to check those servers out.

Please read the part in my previous response I just quoted. It's also going to take quite some time to open each image, type out each ip, and check the servers.

Hopefully before that time the developer will look into detecting those bots so they do not need to be deranked and yours can be reranked.

This is an unpaid "job" I do in my free time, and GT tracking, as a free service, does in no way offer 24/7 support or anything like 1hr or less for a response.

EA and the serverhosts do not care about BF2 anymore. There is so many cracked servers and rank-hack servers out there.

There is no chance that they will do anything to remove bots. There will only come more bots in bf2 the next long time. BF3 is also soon coming. And those who die because of BF3 will most likely buy bots.

Thanks for your answer. I know you work for free. Also i would like to say there was 12 hours between my messages. And i used a lot of time to give you all info about what bots is and how they work. I did that to help you so you can do your work faster.

Thanks again,

Jun 23, 2011 8:14 AM
Joined: Mar 02, 2008
Posts: 1

I see the bots are now being detected again. Can you restore the server's rank please? Because if they are detected they don't fall under the
"This server has been detected to report fake or
idle clients and it is not eligible to be ranked." -category anymore.

server IP:

Appreciate the time and effort you put into it. Thanks a lot.
Aug 13, 2011 6:51 AM
Joined: Mar 26, 2008
Posts: 1
jonvito wrote:
Are you gonna do anything about it?



wow mikep you just don't stop whining do you?
Maybe you should suggest those servers running 'cracked' configurations should also be removed.

Like that warcamp Great Wall server the one with over 300 tickets on a 16 player map.

I have to ask how's the hacking going, your racking up a lot of violations at the A/C sites these days I see:

Certainly gives a new definition to the legitimate doesn't it!