I wouldn't touch that hack with your dick and him pushing. There's just something fishy about it. I tried an earlier version and aside from the advertisement it opened up it actually opened up 2 different IE processes and another one under a user that wasn't signed on. That shit isn't safe. When peoples accounts, that aren't banned I might add, start turning up hijacked, don't say I didn't warn you.
This could just be one man's opinion but something isn't right. Nexon could be pulling some espionage type shit here. Sometimes to catch a flea you've gotta lay down with a dog. If I owned Nexon I would distribute hacks, much like that "Gordon" person whom no one has met, and wait for everyone to pass it around and use it. Then track everyone down and ban them. Did you not see the 1500 or so people get banned? Just a little odd. It's called bait. I for one believe they're allowing the hacking to catch the hackers.