i was reading through the threads and noticed something about multiplayer bans for using clients (this thread: https://help.minecraft.net/hc/en-us/articles/360052618531) and i was wondering whether this applied to servers like 2b2t or if a server owner has asked you to check anticheats?
That actually (at least for now) only applies for Bedrock edition, and not Java, as far, as I have understood it. So no, it shouldn't apply to servers like 2b2t.
Hence, the next part of that article:
Players that have been found to be in violation of our Community Standards
will find the message above when they attempt to sign in to Minecraft
on any platform (non-Java edition). In this state, players will not be
allowed to play on servers, join Realms, host or join multiplayer games,
or use the marketplace. They will also not be allowed to access
Minecraft Earth. Additionally, Xbox players will not have access to
Meaning: It doesn't apply for Java (for now, of course), might (or might not) change after they have migrated everyone under Microsoft account.
When i go to go on 2b2t and i open up the launcher it says on my client when i hover over it "This installation has been modified and might not support the latest player safety features" Thanks will read the next part of the thread.
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It's only limited to Bedrock Edition at the moment, but even there, I'm concerned about how the bans are implemented, and in any case, I'm worried that a similar system might be coming to Java, now that the Mojang-to-Microsoft migration has been announced.