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bad site, adds your mc info to their account database and it also breaks minecrafts eula and is illegal. dont install it, no matter how many people say its safe, because it is not safe at all.
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I read a five star review about this site, and let me tell you, Mr.kllxcai, That YOU are very blatantly wrong. This site Has a virus, I am sure of it. It straight-up Violates Mojang's EULA- HomeLog inGames Help Mojang Studios Updated: 20 September 2017 09:55 MINECRAFT END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT In order to protect Minecraft (our "Game") and the members of our community, we need these end user license terms to set out some rules for downloading and using our Game. This license is a legal agreement between you and us (Mojang AB) and describes the terms and conditions for using the Game. We don't like reading license documents any more than you do, so we have tried to keep this as short as possible. If you break these rules we may stop you from using our Game. If we think it is necessary, we might even have to ask our lawyers to help out. If you buy, download, use or play our Game, you are agreeing to stick to the rules of these end user license agreement ("EULA") terms. If you don't want to or can't agree to these rules, then you must not buy, download, use or play our Game. This EULA incorporates the the terms of use for the mojang.com website ("Account Terms"), our brand and asset usage guidelines, and our our privacy policy. By agreeing to this EULA you also agree to all of the terms of the foregoing documents, so please read through them carefully. ONE MAJOR RULE The one major rule is that you must not distribute anything we've made unless we specifically agree to it. By "distribute anything we've made" what we mean is: give copies of our Game to anyone else; make commercial use of anything we've made; try to make money from anything we've made; or let other people get access to anything we've made in a way that is unfair or unreasonable; unless we specifically agree to it. And so that we are crystal clear, "the Game" or "what we have made" includes, but is not limited to, the client or the server software for our Game and includes Minecraft and Minecraft: Java Edition on all platforms. It also includes updates, patches, downloadable content, add-ons, or modified versions of a Game, part of those things, or anything else we've made. Otherwise we are quite relaxed about what you do - in fact we really encourage you to do cool stuff - but just don't do those things that we say you can't. USING OUR GAME You have been granted a license to the Game so you can play and use it, yourself, on your devices. Below we also give you limited rights to do other things but we have to draw a line somewhere or else people will go too far. If you wish to make something pertaining to anything we've made we're humbled, but please make sure that it can't be interpreted as being official and that it complies with this EULA and the brand and asset usage guidelines and above all do not make commercial use of anything we've made. The license and permission we give you to use and play our Game can be revoked if you break any of the terms of this EULA. When you buy our Game, you receive a license that gives you permission to install the Game on your own personal device and use and play it on that device as set out in this EULA. This permission is personal to you, so you are not allowed to distribute the Game (or any part of it) to anyone else. This also means you cannot sell or rent the Game, or make it available for access to other people and you cannot pass on or resell any license keys. You may however give gift codes that have been bought through our official gift code system. This is important to help us stop piracy and fraud and to protect our Game. It is also important to prevent members of our community from buying pirated versions of our Game or fraudulent license keys - which we may cancel, such as in the case of fraud. If you've bought the Game, you may play around with it and modify it by adding modifications, tools, or plugins, which we will refer to collectively as "Mods." By "Mods," we mean something original that you or someone else created that doesn't contain a substantial part of our copyrightable code or content. When you combine your Mod with the Minecraft software, we will call that combination a "Modded Version" of the Game. We have the final say on what constitutes a Mod and what doesn't. You may not distribute any Modded Versions of our Game or software, and we'd appreciate it if you didn't use Mods for griefing. Basically, Mods are okay to distribute; hacked versions or Modded Versions of the Game client or server software are not okay to distribute. Within reason you're free to do whatever you want with screenshots and videos of the Game. By "within reason" we mean that you can't make any commercial use of them or do things that are unfair or adversely affect our rights unless we've specifically said it's okay in this EULA, allowed it through the Brand and Asset Usage Guidelines, or provided for it in a specific agreement with you. If you upload videos of the game to video sharing and streaming sites you are however allowed to put ads on them. Also, don't just rip art resources and pass them around, that's no fun. Essentially the simple rule is do not make commercial use of anything we've made unless we've specifically said it's okay. Oh and if the law expressly allows it, such as under a "fair use" or fair dealing" doctrine then that's ok too - but only to the extent that the law applicable to you says so. In order to ensure the integrity of the Game, we need all Game downloads and updates to come from an authorized source. It's also important for us that 3rd party tools/services don't seem "official" as we can't guarantee their quality. It's part of the responsibility we have to the customers of Minecraft. Make sure that you read through our brand and asset usage guidelines too. OWNERSHIP OF OUR GAME AND OTHER THINGS Although we license you permission to install on your device and play our Game, we are still the owners of it. We are also the owners of our brands and any content contained in the Game. Therefore, when you pay for our Game, you are buying a license to play / use our Game in accordance with this EULA - you are not buying the Game itself. The only permissions you have in connection with the Game and your installation of it are the permissions set out in this EULA. Any Mods you create for the Game from scratch belong to you (including pre-run Mods and in-memory Mods) and you can do whatever you want with them, as long as you don't sell them for money / try to make money from them and so long as you don't distribute Modded Versions of the Game. Remember that a Mod means something that is your original work and that does not contain a substantial part of our code or content. You only own what you created; you do not own our code or content. CONTENT If you make any content available on or through our Game, you agree to give us permission to use, copy, modify, adapt, distribute, and publicly display that content. This permission is irrevocable, and you also agree to let us permit other people to use, copy, modify, adapt, distribute, and publicly display your content. You are not giving up your ownership rights in your content, you are just giving us and other users permission to use it. For example, we may need to copy, reformat, and distribute content that you post on our website so others can read it. If you don't want to give us these permissions, do not make content available on or through our Game. Please think carefully before you make any content available, because it may be made public and might even be used by other people in a way you don't like. If you are going to make something available on or through our Game, it must not be offensive to people or illegal, it must be honest, and it must be your own creation. Some examples of the types of things you must not make available using our Game include: posts that include racist or homophobic language; posts that are bullying or trolling; posts that are offensive or that damage our or another person's reputation; posts that include porn or someone else's creation or image; or posts that impersonate a moderator or try to trick or exploit people. Any content you make available on our Game must also be your creation or you must have permission or the legal right to do it. You must not and you agree that you will not make any content available, using the Game that infringes the rights of others. We reserve the right to take down any content in our discretion. Please watch out if you are talking to people in our Game. It is hard for either you or us to know for sure that what people say is true, or even if people are really who they say they are. You should think twice about giving out information about yourself. UPDATES We might make upgrades, updates or patches (we call them all "updates") available from time to time, but we don't have to. We are also not obliged to provide ongoing support or maintenance of any Game. Of course, we hope to continue to release new updates for our Game, we just can't guarantee that we will do so. With updates come changes that might not work well with other software, such as Mods. This is unfortunate, but it is something we don't take responsibility for. If that is the case, try running an older version. LIABILITY AND GOVERNING LAW The terms of this EULA do not affect any legal (statutory) rights that you may have under the law that applies to you for the Game. You might have certain rights which the law that applies to you says cannot be excluded. Nothing we say in these terms will affect those legal rights, even if we say something which sounds like it contradicts your legal rights. That's what we mean when we say "subject to applicable law". SUBJECT TO APPLICABLE LAW, WHEN YOU GET A COPY OF OUR GAME, WE PROVIDE IT "'AS IS"'. UPDATES ARE ALSO PROVIDED "'AS IS"'. THIS MEANS THAT WE ARE NOT MAKING ANY PROMISES TO YOU ABOUT THE STANDARD OR QUALITY OF OUR GAME, OR THAT OUR GAME WILL BE UNINTERRUPTED OR ERROR FREE. WE ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY LOSS OR DAMAGE THAT IT MAY CAUSE. YOU BEAR THE ENTIRE RISK AS TO ITS QUALITY AND PERFORMANCE. YOU HAVE TO ACCEPT THAT WE MAY RELEASE GAMES WELL BEFORE THEY ARE COMPLETE AND SO THEY MAY (AND OFTEN WILL) HAVE BUGS -BUT WE PREFER TO RELEASE THESE FEATURES EARLY THAN MAKE YOU WAIT FOR PERFECTION. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO NOTIFY US ABOUT A POTENTIAL BUG, WE HAVE A SITE FOR THAT HERE. The laws of Washington State govern the interpretation of this EULA and claims for its breach, regardless of conflict of laws principles. The laws of your country govern all other claims and disputes (including consumer protection, unfair competition, and tort claims, and disputes relating to our Game, or our Website), regardless of conflict of laws principles. TERMINATION If we want we can terminate this EULA if you breach any of the terms. You can terminate it too, at any time; all you have to do is uninstall the Game from your device and the EULA will be terminated. If the EULA is terminated, you will no longer have any of the rights to the Game given in this license. You do still have the right to things you have created yourself with the game of course. The paragraphs about "Ownership of Our Game", "Our Liability" and "General Stuff" will continue to apply even after the EULA is terminated. GENERAL STUFF Your local law may give you rights that this EULA cannot change; if so, this EULA applies as far as the law allows. Nothing in this license limits our liability for death or bodily injury resulting from our negligence or fraudulent misrepresentations. We may change this EULA from time to time, if we have reason to, such as changes to our games, our practices, or our legal obligation. But those changes will be effective only to the extent that they can legally apply. For example if you use the Game only in single-player mode and don't use the updates we make available then the old EULA applies but if you do use the updates or use parts of the game that rely on our providing ongoing online services then the new EULA will apply. In that case we'll inform you of the change before it takes effect, either by posting a notice on our Website or by other reasonable means. We're not going to be unfair about this though - but sometimes the law changes or someone does something that affects other users of the Game and we therefore need to put a lid on it. If you come to us with a suggestion for any one of our Websites or Games, that suggestion is made for free and we have no obligation to accept or consider it. This means we can use or not use your suggestion in any way we want and we don't have to pay you for it. If you think you have a suggestion that we would be willing to pay you for, please do not submit your suggestion unless you have first told us you expect to be paid and we have responded in writing by asking you to submit the suggestion. Mojang Studios © 2021Terms and ConditionsPrivacy Policy. In short, you dont need to be a rocket scientist to see what Mcleaks is violating. Congrats to all who read the entire EULA :D
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há 5 meses
would rather be suspicous of a site violating mojang's EULA for a fact I didn't try and don't plan to
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This website has a virus. It is not safe to use what so ever. When you use the site, they take YOUR ACCOUNT and put it in the generator. Please do not download and if you did delete it asap.
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All of the posts regarding this software being a malware or a trojan or a backdoor are actually reasonable responses. but it is most likely a backdoor due to these following reasons: 1. .exe (executable) from my experiences of cyber security when a program is on .exe it is most likely a virus/backdoor because why not code the program in java since it is safer? why is it a .exe program. 2. Coding languages There are no source codes to this program meaning we cant know what programming language does the program uses which is really suspicious 3rd. Needs permission? Why the actual frick does the program need permission for only authenticating the program just needs graphics power to do its job it doesn't have a reason to ask for permission.
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Ok, before you fall into the trap of downloading and using this program, please use your common sense to decide whether it is even worth the risk to do so 1. The site claims to provide completely *free* minecraft accounts with *no* catch whatsoever 2. There are various other reviews stating that their accounts have been stolen (Thats kind of a massive red flag) 3. The minecraft EULA states that the license of the usage of game is personal to you and so you are not allowed to "give copies of the game away, make commercial use of, try to make money from, or let other people get access to our game and its parts in a way that is unfair or unreasonable" If you are not convinced by this point/are not concerned by the unethicality, or shady aspect of this website, I will share my story of how I almost lost my own Minecraft account to this program: It was a fine afternoon, I decided that I apparently needed more than one minecraft account and so decided to google how to get one. I stumbled upon this site, called mcleaks.net The instructions dictated that you needed to install their authenticator. I proceeded to install it, and run it. It then further instructed that you also needed to provide the location of your minecraft game files to log in to its alternate accounts. It was at this point that two questions were brought to my mind: 1. If it were legitimately trying to give us the minecraft accounts completely free of charge, why not just give the Username and Password? It works the same way and nobody can steal the account cause they don't have the email 2. Why would a standalone authenticator need to access the minecraft game files as well, furthermore, the website says that if you want to uninstall it, just delete the program itself, there is no need to uninstall, -you don't need to check if any files are remaining at all, trust me, especially since I don't even appear as a program in the control panel- Using the now newly gained logical standpoint, I decided to check online whether this program was safe to use; 50/50 safe to use or account stolen. Hm. I ran a scan using Malwarebytes (which is a trustable malware scanner btw, it has been my trusty antivirus for two years without issue) and after a few minutes, got 2 detections, both of them MachineLearning/Anomalous.96% to be specific. I decided to close the program and try to uninstall it. I literally found no trace of where the authenticator went (I could've lost track of it or something but I tried searching for it and it did not come up) If you still decide to install this thing you can go ahead, but this is just a warning to those cautious enough to heed it. I've provided both a very lengthy written testimony and 3 red-flags as to why this could be potentially harmful to your Minecraft legacy. But if you have no existing Minecraft account currently, you may want to give it a try, since really the worst-case scenario is that your non-existent Minecraft account is stolen. Best Regards and Yours Truly, Qwek, the guy who has way too much time and decided to create an account to write an essay about why McLeaks.net is sketchy as hell P.S I realise the formatting on the phone can be quite shit so have fun with that
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há 6 meses
it's safe, and it's legal. what these people are saying about it stealing accounts is blatantly wrong. if you check the launcher profiles while using mcleaks.net, it shows an account generally following the format of username@mcleaks.net, also, the game uses a custom authentication service rather than mojang's. so, no accounts are being stolen or resold. furthermore, due to the nature of these accounts and how they only work for a few days, and with restrictions, you are not getting an entire minecraft account for free. you are getting limited access. the site is meant to be used for alt-accounts, however just has a name that says otherwise. I should also add that the site has been tested and is virus free
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this site do not have any viruses, it is safe.
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From minecraft EULA (https://account.mojang.com/documents/minecraft_eula): This permission is personal to you, so you are not allowed to distribute the Game (or any part of it) to anyone else. This also means you cannot sell or rent the Game, or make it available for access to other people and you cannot pass on or resell any license keys. Simply put, mcleaks is in violating of minecraft's rules, and is as such illegal. Now, to address the main concern with this site: will my account be hacked? In order to function, mcleaks redirects authentication to their own servers, which is "fine" as long as you're using their token system, but becomes a problem as soon as you use your real account details: your data (username, password, email, the entire thing) is sent towards an unknown server which supposedly promotes "free" minecraft accounts (of which most, if not all, are hacked accounts). Would you really trust them with your account details knowing they could do anything they want with them? Edit: I have been finding a few instances of people possibly getting their accounts hacked as a result of using mcleaks, and although I will not be linking them here (as I'm not sure of the rules of this forum), I encourage all users to do their own research and hopefully find the results that I have gotten.
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Illegal site, they steal accounts and then give you access to them via their authenticator. Grabs your account details and adds them to their site
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MCleaks is totally illegal because they resell account but my account wasn't stoen or anything similar it's just totally illegal.
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It steals your main Minecraft account through it's authenticator. And, every single account on here is in a database called DOHA, which blocks hacked accounts from joining servers. This *will take* your account, be careful!
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Completely fine site. All you you guys hate this because you can't log back into your accounts. Maybe try switching your brains to the 'on' setting, because you have to switch the authenticator back to 'Mojang'. Try that. But first, try signing in to your Microsoft account. If it works, then great, if not DM me at HydraCoreX#6132.
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*Please read before you act like shit about MCLEAKS* Why is everybody flaming about this site? It doesn't hack accounts. So to make it clear: The reason why you can't login back to your main accounts is, that you bunch of idiots don't know to switch the MCLEAKS authenticator back to Mojang. If you let the authenticator run the Minecraft Launcher with MCLEAKS authenticated. It will not let you login with your main acc. Gushh.. You guys think this rating is fake? Yeah go ahead and add me on Discord for proof! Musashii#3031 I am using this site to get tokens to cheat on servers, where I will get banned anyway.. Many people cry about their accounts that got hacked, which is not true. So many people don't trust this site because no one can switch their brain on to set the authenticator back to Mojang instead of MCLEAKS. I use MCLEAKS for so long and never had any problems about my main account. Again: You have the MCLEAKS app. To play with alts you need to log out of your Minecraft launcher and set the MCLEAK authenticator (the app) too MCLEAKS. If you wan't to play with your main account again, go inside the MCLEAK AUTHENTICATOR app and set it back to Mojang. Seee?? Very easy! So don't cry about my rating "mimimi this is just a fake rating" These alts aren't even good tho.. just please think and switch the authenticator back to Mojang before you guys cry like 12 year olds about your Minecraft accounts. It's not that hard x)
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Where to start? This is a website that steals your personal information about your account. DO NOT USE IT. See all of those reviews underneath that give 5 stars, 4&1/2, or 4? They are FAKE ACCOUNTS made by MCLEAKS. I REPEAT, DO NOT USE IT
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IT SteAls ur main acc
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Made an account on here only to post this on the thread. This is a website that is in some places, illegal. Now, it is useful for alts, but the catch is, it resells your account to randoms after you open the authenticator. It says this is not their problem in the ToS page when downloading the authenticator. I will 100% confirm that this site steals your account to other people while you use someone else stolen account. It's basically trading accounts. You get someones account, you lose your account. It's really not trustworthy to be completely honest and I would not recommend it unless you have nothing personal on your computer at the time you run the authenticator. Please, stay safe when downloading "free" items off of websites. Like the other person in the comments, if you think I'm a bot or someone trying to give a bad rating to the website, add me on Discord and ask me about it. #meechinary#5459
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I bought an account from mojang.com and 2 years later it got hacked How you ask? I used the mcleaks generator for some reason and then my details got hacked and someone else is using my account so guys dont use the website
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These are not "accounts that aren't used anymore" or "cracked accounts". These accounts are basically, if you think of it accounts being held hostage from the program and are being lent out to other users. The program will scan your computer [and may even ask] for minecraft login details. It then takes these details and posts it on their website as an alt, even though it is YOUR ACCOUNT. Most of these alternates may not work from time to time, and it will attempt to phish you out of your account in order to give you a stolen account. In addition, this is most likely illegal. [Note: i never used this, but i analyzed this website, and found these on my own and with others.]
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