It's not a virus. It's more like these people told your game that it's trying to do something then your game says "That's not possible! I...I don't know what to do anymore!" and then just quits with that error.
Ladies and gentlemen, the oracle doth speak!
I could say "Why didn't you guys answer sooner?" But I won't.
I've accepted that Blizzard moves at positively glacial speeds in everything they do.
Yuk yuk yuk...
The glass may be half full, but if the water's frozen you can't drink it anyway.
Number of hairs I've pulled out waiting for the SC2 beta: lost count.
Happened to me. I haven't played for a few weeks, then last night I entered RT 2vs2. After each match I got "Your connection to battle.net has been lost" - of course that the Internet connection is rock solid. Then it got worse, I was winning - one of the other guys says something like noob, go play tetris, things like that and he quits - Instant error for me - cannot read memory - my memory is checked with memtest, all other programs and games works flawless and until now Warcraft was ok too...
This is VERY dissapointing - no offense, but wtf you people at blizzard do there ?? Come up with a fix fast, this is no way to play :(
Q u o t e: AMM games are hosted by Blizzard right?
Shouldn't it be the blizzard servers that are telling us clients what to do? If one of the other clients tries to do something they shouldn't be able to, it should be the blizzard servers that boot them out, rather than passing it on to the other clients.
In the Information Security World ... .this would cause you to lose your job if someone could manipulate your assets.
Too bad it's just a video game huh? Kinda makes you wonder if the same thing could happen to the World of Warcraft servers... you know if someone got in there and said ''ill just tell the game to give me all the credit card information the 10million people just put entered to play... "
Security fail on blizzard's behalf. Will make me think twice before entering any information into BNET accounts again.