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30th Birthday: 1Lhu50KIG #124029364 04.05 08:21:02 JPEG 700x762 151 KB Is using an exploit in a video game to crash servers illegal in America? Is it illegal to crash a video game's server using nothing but in- game mechanics? I found an exploit in a Steam survival game that can crash the server for about 5-10 minutes, booting everyone off the server It uses nothing but in-game mechanics to do Is it considered a DoS attack? Or, since I'm just "playing the game" would it hold up in court? 6 E bAc9a7FZ #124030682 04.05 08:36:59 >Knock on door GO AWAY IM BUSY >Door opens, anons parents take a timid step into the room Pissjugs fill most of the available floorspace > "Anon, what. What are you doing?" Camera pans to anon, who sits crosslegged and hunched over a small dusty monitor, fat rolls flowing freely to reveal a completely naked figure except for some ripped, stained Y fronts. "I just found a small indie game on Steam where I can exploit an ingame mechanic to crash the servers *snortlaugh* *shart I'm basically a hacker, you know. A pale, chunky hand reaches into an industrial-sized bag of Flaming Hot Cheetos. Some sounds, akin to that of a hungry hippopotamus devouring a small mammal, follow. The creature wipes the crumbs on its pallid body o-okay, anon. We'll leave you to it. The mother wipes away a single tear as she backs out the room. The father gives a single glare, a mix of regret, shame and stoic acceptance, before following suit and gently closing over the door A single balloon reading "Happy 30th birthday, son!" hovers for several days in the doorway unnoticed, until the helium leaks out of it and it slumps, almost wearily, to the floor