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    Making a WoW-"3d party application" available to the public

    Hi,

    Last two weeks I spent working on a new tool to use with WoW. I'm currently doing some testing (and bugfixing) before actually releasing it.
    I got some questions about the releasing part;
    - The tool I created is a read-only tool. Would it be illegal to release the tool? In other words; can Blizzard actually sue me for releasing it? Or is it just not allowed to use it with thet game? Or is it in general better to post anonymous?
    - If I would choose to anonymously release my tool, can anyone give me an advise where I can anonymously buy a .com name and webhosting for a period of time? Or would you guys post on sites like filebeam/dropbox?

    Thx for replies/tips,

    J.

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    Must be something really huge to be sued, like honorbuddy or exp/dupe hack.
    And in most cases, they just ask you to stop sharing

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