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America, Birthday, and Cheetos: 1Lhu50KIG #124029364 04.05 08:21:02 JPEG 700x762 151 KB Is using an exploit in a video game to crash servers illegal in America? Is it illegal to crash a video game's server using nothing but in- game mechanics? I found an exploit in a Steam survival game that can crash the server for about 5-10 minutes, booting everyone off the server It uses nothing but in-game mechanics to do Is it considered a DoS attack? Or, since I'm just "playing the game" would it hold up in court? 6 E bAc9a7FZ #124030682 04.05 08:36:59 >Knock on door GO AWAY IM BUSY >Door opens, anons parents take a timid step into the room Pissjugs fill most of the available floorspace > "Anon, what. What are you doing?" Camera pans to anon, who sits crosslegged and hunched over a small dusty monitor, fat rolls flowing freely to reveal a completely naked figure except for some ripped, stained Y fronts. "I just found a small indie game on Steam where I can exploit an ingame mechanic to crash the servers *snortlaugh* *shart I'm basically a hacker, you know. A pale, chunky hand reaches into an industrial-sized bag of Flaming Hot Cheetos. Some sounds, akin to that of a hungry hippopotamus devouring a small mammal, follow. The creature wipes the crumbs on its pallid body o-okay, anon. We'll leave you to it. The mother wipes away a single tear as she backs out the room. The father gives a single glare, a mix of regret, shame and stoic acceptance, before following suit and gently closing over the door A single balloon reading "Happy 30th birthday, son!" hovers for several days in the doorway unnoticed, until the helium leaks out of it and it slumps, almost wearily, to the floor
America, Birthday, and Cheetos: 1Lhu50KIG
 #124029364 04.05 08:21:02
 JPEG 700x762 151 KB
 Is using an exploit in a video game to crash
 servers illegal in America?
 Is it illegal to crash a video game's server using nothing but in-
 game mechanics?
 I found an exploit in a Steam survival game that can crash the
 server for about 5-10 minutes, booting everyone off the server
 It uses nothing but in-game mechanics to do
 Is it considered a DoS attack? Or, since I'm just "playing the
 game" would it hold up in court?
 6 E bAc9a7FZ
 #124030682 04.05 08:36:59
 >Knock on door
 GO AWAY IM BUSY
 >Door opens, anons parents take a timid step into the room
 Pissjugs fill most of the available floorspace
 > "Anon, what. What are you doing?"
 Camera pans to anon, who sits crosslegged and hunched
 over a small dusty monitor, fat rolls flowing freely to reveal a
 completely naked figure except for some ripped, stained Y
 fronts.
 "I just found a small indie game on Steam where I can exploit
 an ingame mechanic to crash the servers *snortlaugh* *shart
 I'm basically a hacker, you know.
 A pale, chunky hand reaches into an industrial-sized bag of
 Flaming Hot Cheetos. Some sounds, akin to that of a hungry
 hippopotamus devouring a small mammal, follow. The creature
 wipes the crumbs on its pallid body
 o-okay, anon. We'll leave you to it.
 The mother wipes away a single tear as she backs out the
 room. The father gives a single glare, a mix of regret, shame
 and stoic acceptance, before following suit and gently closing
 over the door
 A single balloon reading "Happy 30th birthday, son!" hovers
 for several days in the doorway unnoticed, until the helium
 leaks out of it and it slumps, almost wearily, to the floor