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Iligal activities of a customer

A customer from you started getting admin stuff on my Server with Script/Hacks and start to deface/destroy Player bases.

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2020-06-20 02:07:35: Jagalskarfitta SteamId 76561199067814025. IP Address [MOD EDIT: REMOVED] at Position: 2550 X 48 Y -1647 Z in RegionFile: r.4.-4

Stats: Health=200 Stamina=199 ZombieKills=334 PlayerKills=0 PlayerLevel=300

Inventory of Jagalskarfitta steamId 76561199067814025
Belt:
Slot 0: 001 * Auger - quality: 5
Slot 1: 001 * SMG-5 - quality: 6
- Silencer Mod
- Reflex Sight Mod
- Rad Remover Mod
- Cripple 'Em Mod
- Dye: Red
Slot 2: 493 * Admin: CubeCandle
Slot 3: 500 * Admin: CubeTorch
Slot 4: 500 * Admin: PyramidSteelTorch
Slot 5: 30000 * Bottled Water
Slot 6: 30000 * Can of Chili
Slot 7: 001 * Grandpas Learnin' Elixir
Backpack:
Equipment:
Slot Legs: Suit Pants
Slot Feet: Cowboy Boots
- Dye: Red
Slot Head: Steel Helmet - quality: 6
Slot Chest: Military Vest - quality: 5
Slot Chest: College Jacket
Slot Hands: Dev: Ring of Fire
Slot Legs: Military Leg Armor - quality: 2
End of inventory

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Re: Iligal activities of a customer

then you as an admin ban them.

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Re: Iligal activities of a customer

I've already done that.Steam and the game maker too 😉

But the internet provider should also know that their line is used for such things.

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yah they won't care.

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Hello

Unless the customer has not broken any laws then it is outside of what any ISP can do, and even with a law broken then it would need a court order.

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Re: Iligal activities of a customer

The "customer" could be charged under the Computer Misuse Act 1990,

Section 3: Unauthorised modification of computer material.

(1)A person is guilty of an offence if—

(a)he does any act which causes an unauthorised modification of the contents of any computer; and

(b)at the time when he does the act he has the requisite intent and the requisite knowledge.

(2)For the purposes of subsection (1)(b) above the requisite intent is an intent to cause a modification of the contents of any computer and by so doing—

(a)to impair the operation of any computer;

(b)to prevent or hinder access to any program or data held in any computer; or

(c)to impair the operation of any such program or the reliability of any such data.

(3)The intent need not be directed at—

(a)any particular computer;

(b)any particular program or data or a program or data of any particular kind; or

(c)any particular modification or a modification of any particular kind.

All that is required is a police investigation, and if enough evidence is found to support a prosecution, charges to be brought. That's when the courts would become involved.




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only once a criminal case is brought against them. So the first point of call is the police. Then they will contact VM for details or action.

I know this having had someone arrested under this act for hacking my server before. (this was about 8 years ago though)

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