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Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From the eWrestling Encyclopedia.

Hacked is a WCSF fan interactive Pay-Per-View in which the fans get to decide on match types, stipulations, and competitors. There have been two editions so far, the first taking place on 12/19/2005, the second on 2/6/2007. It is by far one of the most popular WCSF events, due mostly to it's interactivity with the fans.


Results: Hacked 2005

  • Hacked, live from Washington DC.
  • The Untouchables defeated TWF to become number 1 contenders for the Tag Team Championships
  • Mitchell Tiday defeated Bale by disqualification in a Barbed Wire Bat match (63%)
  • Vincent Viazon defeated Tristagi and Merrick Brycen(c) in a Steel Cage Match(51%) to become the new WCSF Cruiserweight Champion
  • Los Illuminados(49%) def. The Nightwalkers to become the new WCSF Tag Team Champions

Results: Hacked 2007

High Voltage

  • Tomohiro Matsuda def. Greg Gasket
  • Austin Daniels def. Jake Thompson


  • Hacked, LIVE From Las Vegas, Nevada

  • Mayhem Tag Team Championship Match - Sacrificial Turmoil

The Carnage Crew(30%) def. The Union Jacks(23%) & The Gamers(c) to become the new Mayhem Tag Team Champions

  • WCSF Women's Championship Match - Choose the Stipulation

-Charisma def. Kurisutaru, Tiffany, and Dayton Michaels(c) in a Hardcore War(48%) to become the Women's Champion.

  • Team Mayhem (Matt Sharp, Johnny U and Samuel Silver) def. Team Unleashed (Jerry Platinum, Mickey Broadway and Saxon Storm) to become GM for a week (55%)

  • WCSF Cruiserweight Championship Match - Choose the Stipulation

-Axis def. Chris Jackson and Cyanide Lee in a Falls Count Anywhere match(40%)

-Vincent Viazon(c) def. Chris Osbourne in a Ladder match(62%) to retain the WCSF International Championship

  • Winner Faces Champion at Battlefield

-Executioner def. Merrick Brycen by DQ

  • WCSF Unleashed Tag Team Championship - Choose the competitors

-The Mafia (Devine & Trotter) (71%) def. The Untouchables

  • Sledgehammers Legal Match

-Jack Cannon def. Delroy Andrews

  • Submission Match

-Jason Daniels def. Baker J

  • Triple Threat for Automatic Battlefield Entrance

-Rage Mishima (30%) def. Bale (25%), and Steve Sinistra -(17%)

  • WCSF Unleashed Championship Match

-Bray(50%) def. Alex Morgan to win the WCSF Unleashed Championship

  • Davis's role in the Mayhem Title Match
  • Guest Ref. -30%
  • Enforcer -10%
  • Play-By-Play Announcer -60%
  • Although later it was revealed by WCSF CEO Ralph Pierce that Dynamite's stable, the Monarchy had rigged the voting, and in reality the fans had voted for Davis to act as a guest referee. The match was then restarted, with Davis as the ref.

*WCSF Mayhem Championship Match

-Reaper Def. Dynamite via. DQ

-Reaper Def. Dynamite via countout

  • Despite the two losses, Dynamite still left with the Mayhem Championship due to the circumstances in which he lost.


September 27th 2008 from Las Vegas, Nevada.

  • Johnny Devine d/ Johnny Briggs & Muntari Mebah in a triple threat reward match.
    • Devine falls on top of Briggs for the pin after a Mebah kick knocks them both down.
    • Devine becomes GM of Rampage for a week as his reward.
  • Craig Bell d/ Sean Knight in an Opponents Choice Match.
    • Due to the loss, Knight will be forced to wear a dress until he wins again.
  • Dynamite d/ David Logan in a Steel Chain Match.
    • Dynamite begins to strangle Logan with the chain and refuses to let go until Logan is unconscious.

Categories: WCSF pay-per-view events


Hacked 2009 was held on December 28th, 2009.



  • Mark Thomas d/ Max Gamble
    • Thomas' Gold Rush Contract (61%) was on the line.
    • Thomas wins with the Triple Play.
  • Anthony Blake d/ Amen in a Falls Count Anywhere (52%) Match
    • Blake moonsaults off the stage into Amen on the roof of a car.
  • Johnny Briggs draws Sinistra in a Last Man Standing (71%) Match.
    • Neither man could answer a 10 count after falling out of the ring off a ladder through the announce table.

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Up to date as of February 07, 2010
(Redirected to Rules of RuneScape article)

From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

"Rules" redirects here. For the policies and guidelines of the RuneScape Wiki, see RuneScape:Policies.
Players who abide by the rules will keep their accounts in the green zone.
How the offences are shown.

The Rules of RuneScape (formerly called the Rules of Conduct, commonly just called the Rules) are part of the terms and conditions of playing RuneScape. Players agree to be bound by them, and to face the consequent punishment if they do not abide by them, when they create their accounts.

Jagex's Customer Support team may apply a variety of sanctions against rule breakers, up to a permanent account ban. Lesser offences may result in a warning, temporary ban, or a temporary or permanent mute.

Note: These rules were copied from the RuneScape website, but we cannot guarantee that they are accurate or up-to-date. Therefore, the rules given here cannot be taken as definitive, only those listed on the RuneScape website can. It is individual players' responsibility to ensure that they abide by Jagex's current rules and policies at all times in the game, on the RuneScape Forums, and everywhere else. Jagex rules are also enforced on this wiki, and any user who posts information or advice on how to break rules may be blocked from editing.

For more information go to the RuneScape Knowledge Base.


Rules of RuneScape

The updated Report Abuse system.

On 11 May 2009, Jagex changed the rules to three lists by category: Honour, Respect and Security.


Main article: Honour

We expect our players not to cheat or indulge in dishonest behaviour. With this in mind, the following behaviour is deemed unacceptable:

  • Macroing, and use of bots or third-party software
  • Real-world trading, or buying power-levelling  
  • Buying, selling or sharing an account
  • Multiple logging-in
  • Knowingly exploiting a bug
  • Jagex staff impersonation
  • Password, account, bank PIN or item scamming
  • Advert blocking – (the adverts pay for the games you play)
  • Encouraging others to break the rules


Main article: Respect

Every RuneScape player is entitled to the respect of the other members of the player community. With this in mind, the following behaviour is deemed unacceptable:

  • Discrimination of any kind, whether based on another player's race, nationality, gender, sexual orientation or religious beliefs
  • Solicitation
  • Threatening another player, or bullying of any kind
  • Using obscene or inappropriate language
  • Spamming, or disruptive behaviour
  • Misuse of the forums


Main article: Security (Rules)

It is of the utmost importance that the personal security of our players is not jeopardised while playing RuneScape. With this in mind, the following behaviour is deemed unacceptable:

  • Asking for or providing personal information such as full names, ages, postal or email addresses, telephone numbers or bank details
  • Discussing or advocating illegal activity of any kind, such as the use of illegal drugs
  • Advertising other websites

Old rules

Prior to the May 2009 update, the rules were organised by number, not by topic.

The former rules include:

  1. Offensive Language (includes spamming)
  2. Item Scamming
  3. Password Scamming
  4. Cheating/Bug Abuse
  5. Jagex Staff Impersonation
  6. Account Sharing/Trading
  7. Using Third Party Software (titled "Macroing" in-game)
  8. Multiple Logging-In
  9. Encouraging Others to Break Rules
  10. False Representations (later removed from in-game report screen.)
  11. Advertising/Website
  12. Real World Item Trading
  13. Asking for Personal Details
  14. Misuse of Official Forums
  15. Advert Blocking


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Up to date as of February 05, 2010
(Redirected to Hacking article)

From TibiaWiki

Hacking is when a person "steals" your account number and password, then logs in as you on your character.


What could happen to me?

  • You could lose your equipment and/or items
  • You could lose experience and levels if they get your character killed (accidentally or intentionally)
  • You could be Rooked if they get your character killed below level 5.
  • You could lose the trust of other players if they impersonated you and caused harm to other players
  • Your character could be banished for excessive player killing, or your account may be banished or deleted for breaking other Tibia rules.
  • You could lose days of premium access if they change the sex of your characters

Methods of Hacking Tibia Accounts

Keylogger / Keyboard Control System

This is a program that keeps track of every key you type on your keyboard. Some of the more advanced ones even keep track of window names, the names of text boxes you are typing in, and could even take periodic screenshots. All of this information may be silently emailed to the attacker, posted to a website, or may be accompanied by a trojan horse allowing the attacker to access your computer to download the keylogger files. Often keyloggers attach the keylogger to a executable (filename.exe) file so that when the file is activated the keylogger spreads to its destination in the computer and then traces all the information desired.

Trojan Horse

A trojan horse is a small program that runs silently on your computer and allows a remote computer to have access to the files stored on your harddrive. The attacker may be able to read your cached email messages, cached passwords in your web browser, download keylogger files, read your computer documents, and many other things.

Hacking Website

This is a website that is made to look like the legitimate Tibia website. You may be enticed or tricked into accessing the website in any number of ways, but when you type in your account number and password, it is stored or emailed to the attacker, and they can then log into Tibia as you.

Account Sharing

Account sharing is when more than one person use the same account so that they can be on-line almost constantly and gain levels faster. This almost always results in one of the group changing the password and stealing the entire account for themselves. After the summer 2006 update, account sharing is no longer a very attractive option because of the stamina points and the recovery key system.

How to avoid being hacked

  • Never share your accout number or password with anyone for any reason.
  • Do not go to websites that people have posted to the Tibia forums or messaged to you in-game.
  • Only enter your account number and password at ""
  • Do not download and install Macro Programs, Multi-Clients, or other third-party applications to "help" you play Tibia. Besides being against CIP rules, there is a high probability that it will contain a keylogger or trojan horse.
  • Do not open email attachments from other Tibia players, not even from CipSoft GmbH staff or Fansites, as email-addresses can be misused.
  • Do not play Tibia on public computers (library, internet cafe, etc).
  • Do not store your Tibia account number and password in your email account or in a conspicuous file on your computer - memorize it, or put it in a sheet of paper in a secure place in your house.
  • Change your Tibia password frequently.
  • Make regular scans on your computer for viruses, spyware, adware.. etc

Related Links

  • Tibia Guide - Security
  • Hacking - A Sad Incident That Can Be Avoided! - Featured Article

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