Quote from wheunisExamples why you got banned:
LootAlert: Yeah you think it's just innocent and awesome to use, but it is still 3rd-party unauthorized software. Suck it.
Exp/Hr calculators: I've seen one or 2 that reads your exp automatically and such, yeah your ban is deserved. 3rd-party unauthorized.
Macro software for keyboards, mice: Razer, Logitech, etc. That software itself is against the ToS. Whether you used it for macros or not, it is unauthorized 3rd-party software, and not allowed to run while D3 is active.
Mumble: Has a feature that attempts to read a player's location ingame and adjust 3d sound for your voice to correspond to other people's locations ingame. The reading of such memory will trigger Warden and end in ban.
PS3 gamepad on your PC: The software used to make PS3 controllers work on pc = 3rd-party unauthorized. Also features multi-key macro abilities.
And just so we're 100% clear on something. Something doesn't have to interact with D3 to be considered unauthorized 3rd-party software. Google Chrome isnt made by Blizzard, thus it is 3rd party unauthorized.
Anything that isn't Windows and Diablo 3.
Your account will not get cleared this wave.
This wave was targetted at something specific. You banned boys go ahead and exchange phone numbers and figure out what little toy you all used that ended up getting you banned. Then you all start a support group for people who thought that Blizz wouldn't notice or care about using LootAlert or whatever else you were using.
Get over it.
@Weunis -- I was also banned mistakenly during this wave (I posted a thread here). And I am trying hard to figure out what bug in the warden would have caused this. Your list is helpful, to give me ideas. I don't use any of the software that you mentioned (LootAlert, mumble, etc). I just have a plain 3-button mouse. However, I do have a G15 keyboard. Its not set up with any macros, I am only using it like any generic keyboard. But I guess it must have some process in memory to process key clicks. Do you think this could trigger the warden? I also frequently alt-tab out of the game, and do other things. I play the game with Skype running. There will typically be one or more browsers running, for various reasons. Plus whatever other programs I happen to be working on at the time (say, MS Word, Git Bash, etc.). And of course there is AVG (my anti-virus program) active as well.
Do you think that any of them would trigger the warden, even though they don't interact with D3 in any way? It seems to me that most people would have the same problem if that were the case.