Apparently a lot of people have forgotten that there are consequences to hacking your way to victory in Diablo II and Warcraft III, as over 300,000 such cheaters have been targetted with Blizzard's Wand of Banning.
We would like all players to remember that abuse of unintended mechanics and/or use of third party programs is a violation of the agreement made when signing on to Battle.net, and can subject your account to disciplinary action up to and including a permanent ban of its access to the service. These types of activities can severely impact the stability of our servers, and weâ€™ll continue to aggressively monitor Battle.net in order to protect the service and its players from the harmful effects of cheating.
Many account closures come as the direct result of tips emailed to our hacks team by legitimate Battle.net users. If you come across a hack, find a site responsible for distributing hacks, or have a replay of a newly available hack, please report this to our hacks team at or through our Hacks Report Form at http://us.blizzard.com/support/article.xml?locale=en_US&tag=hacksform
As always, thank you for your continued support, and we'll see you on Battle.net!
With StarCraft II and Diablo III coming out relatively soon, I wouldn't want to lose my Battle.net access.