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This client-side mod strips the necessary metadata from chat messages that allows Microsoft to link your Minecraft account's chat activity to your Microsoft account, meaning that players can not report you using Microsoft's report system. It works for both Forge and Fabric.
Microsoft recently implemented a global ban system that works on the Microsoft account level (see: https://help.minecraft.net/hc/en-us/articles/7149823936781)
In theory, this would allow people to report someone for misconduct on another server and prevent them from acting up on other servers.
Sounds good, right? The issue with this is that this system is designed terribly. There are several exploiters that are now presently abusing the system to permanently ban entire servers worth of players. If you get your Microsoft account banned, your access to online servers is completely revoked:
This mod's purpose is to disassociate the messages you send from your Microsoft account, thereby protecting you from any possible ban exploit or other such abuse.
This mod only works if CraftyMynes sets enforce-secure-profile to false. If this is otherwise set to true, the server enforces the cryptographic metadata that the Minecraft client sends, which means that any person logged in would be presently vulnerable to the mass ban exploit.
This chat ban system isn't even necessary for CraftyMynes anyways. The staff handles chat infractions and bans accordingly; there is no need to add an extra abusable layer on top of it. So, I suggest that enforce-secure-profile also be set to false.
Benjamin does a little trolling
Last time I had to move a huge base I was told that the daily limit of items I could transfer to my new base was 8 stacks iron, 1 stack of diamonds, and 9 netherite ingots. If I wanted to exceed this amount I had to pay a progressive tax that begins at 11% of the excess amount. The tax starts to increase if you exceeded at least 9 taxable stacks of iron and diamonds, and 1 ningot, with 5% per extra unit. For example if I had to move 17 stacks of iron, this is 9 stacks over the limit of 8 so I had to pay a 11% tax on the 9 stacks, which comes out to 1 stack of iron...
If you think this is ridiculous, EVEN WITH the extremely high firework prices that's being caused by our staff, then you're right, it absolutely is ridiculous. I tried to evade this tax BS by secretly transferring my iron over, but apparently the staff can track this because a few days later I got heckled at my new base by helpers wearing black suits. They kept telling me that they were there to "audit my base." Then they kept reminding me that I owed the server 10 dubs of iron, 12 stacks of diamonds and 20 netherite blocks, and there would be dire consequences if I don't pay soon. Next time I need to put my wealth in different untrackable bases.
@DystopiaUnbound_ No its actually a hole on the server known as CraftyMynes
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