[opensource-dev] Third party viewer policy
malachi at tamzap.com
Tue Feb 23 18:40:23 PST 2010
sorry thomas but the idea that a person can be detected by skills system
while running LL's client on a name that is new today and never been
logged in on any other client... shows that the information used to
detect if a person has 'ever' used a bad client is coming from the
persons computer. and the fact that one of the admins over skills system
tells you that in order to run a bad client and not be detected by the
system is to install vmware and run the client there tells me that the
system is in fact gather information from your computer. the fact that
the system in not installed on my computer leads me to believe its
HACKING. you can protect your friends all you want thomas but Linden Lab
needs to address that fact that this system is a HUGE violation of the
terms of service and various local state and governmental laws.
On 2/23/2010 9:11 PM, Thomas Shikami wrote:
> malachi schrieb:
>> im curious as to how this will apply to clients and bots that seem to
>> have the ability to not only gather agents ip addresses but by obtaining
>> this information raid those agents computers searching for data...
>> particularly the new copybot detection system by an unmentioned
>> developer. The fact that Linden Lab has allowed this product to be
>> released implements Linden Lab in possible legal actions. This is a
>> violation of not only the Second Life Terms of Service but various other
>> Internet related Laws and policies.
> Sills bot system doesn't do anything illegal in activity. It does not
> scan the users computers as can be verified by intrusion detection
> software. Also an IP address is not neccessary to fingerprint a used
> viewer. There is enough information publicly available from SL servers
> alone that allows detection of the viewer being used.
>> I for one would like to know if this
>> bot system will be removed and its creators rights to the Second Life
>> grid be revoked or if they will be allowed to continue to hack into
>> residents computers looking for information regarding 3rd party clients
>> being installed on the machines. If they are allowed to continue then i
>> would like for Linden Lab to hand over all Real life information on its
>> creator for a possible Law Suit.
> Pretty much a flame post. Don't feed the trolls.
>> Because for one i never authorized anyone at Linden Lab much less anyone
>> that simply just plays Second Life to have access to my computer and my
>> data. thus the ability of a resident to retrieve such information is a
>> violation of my privacy. point blank.
> Troll post.
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