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SUPERMENS - Laser Lock Exploit - Confirmed


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#1 Peralva

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Posted 13 January 2019 - 02:06 AM

A report of Laser Lock Exploit in a game played in Zero Hour has been made against SUPERMENS (Revora Member SUPERMENS) and the adjudicator has found the report to be valid.

The report and the decision may be found at Gamereplays here: SUPERMENS - Laser Lock Exploit.
I give SUPERMENS three clear days to explain himself. If I do not hear from him within that time, the report will be confirmed and a sanction may be imposed. The explanation and any mitigation may be given here or in the report topic on gamereplays.



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Posted 19 January 2019 - 09:49 PM

Confirmed.



#3 ToxicShock

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Posted 21 January 2019 - 08:40 AM

SUPERMENS has admitted the allegation and Peralva has confirmed the report accordingly.

As regards the Online penalty, presently, the standard tariff penalty for a first offence intentional exploit conviction in Zero Hour is a 14 day suspension from access to C&C:Online. Accordingly, I will suspend SUPERMENS's access to C&C:Online for 14 days from now. It must be understood that a subsequent conviction is likely to carry a much more severe penalty and could extend to a permanent ban. As I go on to say, I suspect that SUPERMENS is a duplicate account of another member and note that he has probably had more than one chance already.

Access to C&C:Online suspended until after 4 February 2019.

SUPERMENS is a gamereplays member going by the name of SUPERMENS and I must impose a 28 day posting right suspension from the site for this first offence intentional exploit conviction. As the site rules presently stand, any further conviction is highly likely to result in a permanent ban from the site. I strongly suspect that the member is a duplicate account of a former, banned member of the site but the evidence is not quite conclusive enough for me to penalise him on that footing. He should be conscious that he will remain in a perilous position for more than one reason and conduct himself accordingly.

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