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2020-03-30 19:50
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Release id #189442 : Free Ammo!

Submitted by GH/MSL/Toondichters [PM] on 30 March 2020
There is a logical explanation for everything.

Waiting patiently...

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Submitted by Slator [PM] on 30 March 2020
as if corona was not silly enough...

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Submitted by Linus [PM] on 30 March 2020
WTF. Mr. Ammo? Seriously?

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Submitted by ZeSmasher [PM] on 30 March 2020
cool one!
what? Mr.Ammo banned? he's the nicest dude on planet Earth.
 
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2020-04-03 10:33
JackAsser

Registered: Jun 2002
Posts: 1620
Quote: Quote:
Don't tell me you just delete links from the visible site and you still keep the files

Say it isn't so


Renamed to oldname.hidden
2020-04-03 11:25
Golara

Registered: Jan 2018
Posts: 201
I just want to make sure if that's the issue here. You delete the link because the game is copyrighted or something, but someone still has a valid link and posts it on other website and gets a ban here ? If so, that's retarded. Instead of banning people for something you should make that bad something not possible to do, i.e just delete the fucking file. I assume you didn't even rename the file, cuz how would he know the filename without just brute forcing all the possible urls ? I just hope It's something else because if this is really it then i'm freaking dead laughing, send paramedics
2020-04-04 04:31
Jazzcat

Registered: Feb 2002
Posts: 996
Golara: for the cracks you speak of. The link is not visible to normal users of this database. It is still visible to "moderators" and "trusted users" (apart from the moderators, unsure who else has access to copyrighted material?). Anyway, more info on this is available here: https://csdb.dk/crackstandards.php
2020-04-04 06:48
Adam

Registered: Jul 2009
Posts: 253
Quoting Golara
This whole don't discuss mod decisions in public smells like "Administration is always right" rule that every 12 years old admin makes on their first forum.

CSDb isn't a democracy and the admins can run the site however they want. so yea, they are always right no matter what we may agree or disagree with. :)
2020-04-04 21:17
Romppainen

Registered: Apr 2008
Posts: 40
I am digging my own hole here because I have exploited the current system for years, but there is a method to get the hidden stuff downloaded without leaked links: All it needs is some clever thinking, links or filenames are not needed at all. Came up with the solution on my own back in the days so I doubt this one is commonly used tho. Mods can PM me for further details if interested.
2020-04-05 01:21
Krill

Registered: Apr 2002
Posts: 1440
Quoting Jazzcat
Golara: for the cracks you speak of. The link is not visible to normal users of this database. It is still visible to "moderators" and "trusted users" (apart from the moderators, unsure who else has access to copyrighted material?). Anyway, more info on this is available here: https://csdb.dk/crackstandards.php
If i got that right, the question was whether the URLs of deleted/invisible links still work. Because in that case, yeah, joke's on CSDb and spreading those URLs really shouldn't be punishable by banning, but the (public) URLs be removed altogether in the first place.

So regarding still-working public URLs of deleted/hidden links: Say it isn't so. =)
2020-04-05 10:39
Groepaz

Registered: Dec 2001
Posts: 9228
Hint: +1
2020-04-05 10:53
Romppainen

Registered: Apr 2008
Posts: 40
Quote: Hint: +1

Exactly.
2020-04-05 18:13
Golara

Registered: Jan 2018
Posts: 201
Quote: Quoting Golara
This whole don't discuss mod decisions in public smells like "Administration is always right" rule that every 12 years old admin makes on their first forum.

CSDb isn't a democracy and the admins can run the site however they want. so yea, they are always right no matter what we may agree or disagree with. :)


I'm not basing my argument on any laws, it's not even an argument, just my opinion on these kinds of rules.
2020-04-06 21:07
Mace

Registered: May 2002
Posts: 1786
Quote: Please elaborate.

What is there to elaborate?
I just hope the people who contributed to banning Mr. Ammo and those who stand by Mr. Ammo can be decent people during some party if they meet in person.

I haven't witnessed the whole circus that led to the ban, so I'm not commenting on that.

Quoting Adam
CSDb isn't a democracy and the admins can run the site however they want. so yea, they are always right no matter what we may agree or disagree with. :)

It doesn't have to be a democracy to not be totalitarian, IMHO.
Power comes with responsibility.
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