[quote name='djp771133' timestamp='1355357419' post='3819980']
SO guys I was thinking, maybe we can collect up all the mage tears and donate to the african kids so they can have clean drinking water!
Makes a change from it being your/your paladins tears crying about how KFC is underpowered and you tanking 300 rating since stampeded nerf. Boom.
f=CreateFrame("Frame") f:RegisterEvent("LOSS_OF_CONTROL_ADDED") f:RegisterEvent("LOSS_OF_CONTROL_UPDATE") f:SetScript("OnEvent",function() for b in pairs(ActionBarActionEventsFrame.frames) do b.cooldown:SetLossOfControlCooldown(0,0) end end)
or put the script above in an addon you always run in its main .lua file;
or create your own addon to run the script above - a simple guide is in my signature;
or simply /run the script above in-game every time you log in.
Update 1: added a downloadable addon.
Update 2: updated both the script and the download with a more efficient version - it'll run only when you actually do get controlled instead of on every action bar update/event. Save yourself some CPU cycles.
Regentlord: bend over and take it, very skillful ability that makes other classes run for their lives when i use it. i love to see people just turn and run when i pop this and send my pet after them, most people also panics and blow every ability they have (read: HoJ, Blind, Replentance, Charge, Fear) trying to stop me. i just keep running on. laughing while they try to catch me. with my glowing red HUGE DEVILSAURS. chewing their hp up, piece by piece.
On a sort of side-tracked, related note - I was streaming 3s a couple days ago after a long time, since I do not play this game much at the moment. So turns out that I started to get DDoS'ed since I did not bother proxy'ing my skype, assuming that no one would really give a shit.
Long story short, whoever DDoSed me, I know you like in Oklahoma City and go to Oklahoma State University; prepare your butt hole because I am coming for it to destroy your faggot ass
I know there are several of these with some of the same information, but it seems that people are either lazy or uninformed.
If you're playing in a tournament or streaming, you will need to prepare for and prevent DDOS attacks.
It's incredibly frustrating for the people being DDOS'd, especially when it effects their streams or tournaments. However, I feel some people are not using the internet and available information to protect themselves. The process of changing IP's and Skypes has been documented, but still, the same people have the same Skypes and continuously fall back on "I've rebooted my router" or "I called and my ISP and they said I can't".
One common method of attack involves saturating the target machine with external communications requests, such that it cannot respond to legitimate traffic, or responds so slowly as to be rendered effectively unavailable.
Essentially, your internet becomes overwhelmed with incoming requests and you eventually just go offline. This is why your Skype will usually become robotoic or some services will be available/slow while others aren't.
How it happens:
The attacker get's your IP address. The most common method is Skype. The WoW community is kind of shit so people who you may think are your friend will share your Skype username, or someone without "Stream Privacy" will accidently leak your username. That is all the attacker needs to find it, it doesn't matter how it happens - the bottom line is once your Skype is available, you are compromised. There are methods of using a proxy server to connect to Skype, but honestly once it's compromised I'd just make a new one to be sure.
Static IP and Dynamic IP's
The most common misconception is that people think they have static IP's and it cannot be changed. Unless you actually have this information specified in your network/router properties:
Then you most likely have a Dynamic IP address. Most people will keep the same Dynamic IP for an extended period of time (could last years, and this is where the confusion lies). This is due to the MAC Address of their router (and DHCP leases) This is why simple /release and /renew from command prompt does not work.
To prevent further DOS attacks, it is very important to understand how obtaining a new IP is possible, and how your internet/router functions in the way of just getting your last IP address.
DHCP - Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (aka the server that gives you an IP Address) Media Access Control address (MAC address) is a unique identifier assigned to network interfaces Local IP Address - ex. 192.168.0.1, 10.0.0.1 Public IP Adddress - http://www.whatismyip.com/ (aka will never be in the local format)
1. Your router has a MAC Address of 1:2:3:4:5. This is a physical address assigned in the hardware/software.
2. It establishes connection to the DHCP server, and will be assigned an IP Address. The DHCP server records the MAC Address of the router, so that it can hand it the same IP if it becomes disconnected.
3. The DHCP server says Ok, here is your IP Address. (184.108.40.206)
4. Your internet is active and your public IP is (220.127.116.11)
1. You go to command prompt and /release /renew, a common practice for changing your IP.
2. You come back online, go to http://www.whatismyip.com/ and have the same address (18.104.22.168)
3. You turn off your router/modem for 10 minutes. You come back online and have the same public IP (22.214.171.124)
THIS IS BECAUSE YOUR ROUTERS MAC ADDRESS IS SAVED IN THE DHCP SERVER. When the DHCP server see's your MAC address (1:2:3:4:5) it just assigns it the same IP it has in it's records (126.96.36.199).
(Obviously there are exceptions to this, some people get new IP's from just resetting or /release /renew, but often times that will only work on a random or first time basis, as the DHCP Lease was probably very old.)
Understanding MAC Address cloning:
Most routers have the functionality to clone your MAC Address. Essentially, you are able to put a disguise on your routers physical MAC address (1:2:3:4:5). Let's say it disguises it as (5:2:3:4:1) so that when it connects to the DHCP server, the DHCP server says "hey, I don't remember this MAC address"... therefore treats it as a new guest and assigns it a new IP Address.
Once you understand the process, it becomes fairly simple to continuously clone your MAC Address (can change just one or two numbers, randomize it, etc.) and obtain a new IP almost on-demand. It is EXTREMELY important that you make a new Skype, as if you change your IP and use your old Skype, the attacker can just obtain your new IP Address again.
I recommend anyone who is having DDOS issues to firstly figure out how to connect to your routers web interface (like the image above). It is a fairly simple process and requires you to login as an Administrator (default credentials can be found by googling)
Follow the steps below to successfully release your DHCP Lease, Clone your MAC Address, Renew your DHCP lease and obtain a new IP.
Type 192.168.1.1 in your Internet address bar.
Enter the password. If you have not chosen a password, use the factory default password of "admin." No username is required.
Go to status.
Click DHCP Release.
Under Setup in the grey bar go to Mac Address clone on the blue bar.
Click enable, then click clone pcs Mac address. Save settings.
Unplug the modem, but keep the router plugged in. (aka unpluged the Coax if you have 1 device)
With the modem (internet/coax) unplugged, go to status.
Click DHCP renew.
Plug in modem.
Wait 1 minute and press refresh. Your new IP address should be there.
Make a new Skype, educate yourself about the process of DHCP and MAC Address cloning, get a new IP.
tldr; avoid getting disconnected by 14year olds on foreign shells by changing your ip address through MAC address cloning and getting a new skype even though it's a fuckin hassle to re-add your friends, follow my fuckin stream
Arenas are in the worst state they have ever been. Period. I can predict when I'm going to be killed in 2 seconds and when I'm about to CC'd for 2 minutes straight and there's absolutely nothing to do about it. It's great though because these mongrels abusing overtuned specs don't see an issue whatsoever. I guess in their mind, hitting a series of buttons that increase damage and the play the game for you is skillful.
Why is there still no downside to spamming offensive dispel or spell-steal, for like the 7th season in a row.
Why does mana exist?
Why do pets do astronomical amounts of damage? This goes for ALL pets.
Why does basically every specialization have some form of retard-strength burst and little to no consistent damage? I may not have the reaction times of a world-class athlete but come on! I die in 0.8 seconds from full health to certain abilities.
Why does it feel like melee classes have more ways to interrupt me rather than less? Sure, increase the cooldown on interrupts and give them several more ways to stun or silence. That makes sense. We all LOVE to never fight back.
Why do I have to unleash the fury to kill a warrior below 35% hp? Am I the only one that sees something terribly flawed with this? Second Wind passively heals for what, 35k health per second?
Why are serious issues not addressed in a more professional manor? "Oh yea, we changed our mind at the last second. No mistakes here. Just hang around for another month and things will get better."
Needless to say, I'm not impressed. I've never felt so helpless in PvP within these first few weeks. It's awful, it's frustrating, and it's not even rewarding when you actually kill something. I actually feel sorry for people that are enjoying arenas right now. And just wait!!!! We all obtain about 10% more PvP damage this coming Tuesday! No, not just you. EVERYONE.