So remember like, less than a week ago, when people said they were getting banned for no good reason and Bungie responded that wasn't the case. That every ban was vetted and reviewed manually and that bans weren't being handed out just willy-nilly? I guess I'm the exception. I'd been enjoying Destiny 2 on Xbox One before the PC release, which I immediately switched to and also enjoyed... until today when I tried to login and had been notified that my account was banned. Not suspended, banned. No further explanation, just a an oblique reference to bungie.net/bans. I read through all of the infractions that result in a ban, none of them apply to me. I'm a programmer for another triple-A video game developer, so I have software on my machine like a kernel debugger, which I use for work. I mention this because the existence of such software on my computer is the only possible thing I can think of that would even remotely get my account flagged. I have not, and would not, ever use such software on a game other than one I am developing. I don't use cheats or hacks or exploits. I believed Bungie when they said bans were for legit infractions and were reviewed by hand, and that no one should be worried about getting the boot for a bogus reason. I've got a ticket open, hopefully their customer service department has the sense to restore my account, or at the very least give me some explanation for why my account was banned in the first place. So just be warned, I guess. It happened to me, it can happen to you.
@iritus Did a hardware survey for random ban people - would like to have actual-programmer not-hobby-programmer eyes on it. https://www.bungie.net/en/Forums/Post/237634674?sort=0&page=0 Also noticing strong trends towards certain hardware, but, it's very popular hardware, so that *might* not be the cause, but, for example, every random ban person that's posted so far is NVidia graphics, all but one are 10xx series.