I want to preface this saying, I specifically avoided posting this in the 300 page cheat thread, because this isn't necessarily about cheating in Battlefield 5. This post is intended to help people change the way they think about the subject overall. If an individual were to hack your private home network, they would be arrested, and prosecuted. If an individual were to walk into a private business, and attempt to destroy it, they would be arrested and prosecuted. However, if individuals sell software that is exclusively used to destroy a private business, and is used on privately owned servers, nothing seems to give. The publishers don't seem to realize how much authority they have here. Take EA for example. EA is a multi-billion dollar company with almost 10,000 employees. EA pays taxes, and so do the 10,000 employees. When an individual develops software that is used to target one of EA's private businesses , on their privately owned servers, you would think the incentive to not only stop it, but take action against the people doing it, would be much higher. I expect 12 year old kids to fail to understand the magnitude of what they're actually doing when they do something like this, however, the folks making and selling the software are criminals. They are developing software that is used to destroy a business, and they sell it for a mint. The publishers don't even send these websites a cease and desist. It's like criminals have taken over PC gaming, and the publishers have every legal incentive to stop it, and they don't. It blows my mind. It's almost as if the publishers don't even realize how serious this is. It is against the rules to say naughty words, but , if you want to destroy their private business, by all means. It's rather confusing.