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  • Forever ban can be bypassed by waiting a few hours and joining with a toon


    DiddyDoodat
    • Status: Open Priority: Normal
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    Preface: 

    Found in Version 1.55.2 Jul 6 2021 18:40 but may have been introduced earlier.

     

    Description:

    Forever bans can be bypassed when using a toon/an unbanned account after waiting a few hours offline from the chat. (approximately 4-8 hours) Note that no IP changes have occurred.


     


    Steps to reproduce bug:

    1. Go to a chat

    2. Get banned forever

    3. Leave the chat for a few hours (4-8 hours)

    4. Go to the chat using incognito mode or after clearing cookies

    5. Notice you can rejoin the chat like nothing happened.

    Screenshots:

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    UwTeKwp.png <- banned

    UgqKdxU.png <- Unbanned like nothing happened after waiting 4-8 hours offline from the chat.

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