Maybe just don't cheat in the first place.
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Activision has recently updated their security enforcement policy to say that any "extreme or repeated violations" may result in a permanent suspension from every Call of Duty title. Oh yes, this most certainly includes those Call of Duty titles that aren't even out yet but we all know are coming because Call of Duty is inevitable.

This new policy was revealed by way of a recent Ricochet status update. For those unaware, Ricochet is the name of the new kernel-level anti-cheat that was revealed back in October. Though Ricochet won't technically arrive until December and the release of the new Pacific map for Call of Duty: Warzone, server-side updates were rolled out on November 5 with the launch of Call of Duty: Vanguard.

Extreme or repeated violations of the security policy – such as in-game cheating – may result in a permanent suspension of all accounts. Additionally, any attempt to hide, disguise, or obfuscate your identity or the identity of your hardware devices may also result in a permanent suspension.

Permanent suspensions for security infractions may now apply franchise wide, including Call of Duty: Vanguard as well as any past, present, and future titles in the Call of Duty franchise.
When talking about "extreme" violations, the full Vanguard security and enforcement policy notes that these are "one in which a player has caused detriment to other players or has organized large groups of players to commit additional offenses." Other severe offenses include spoofing and attempting to bypass the security completely.

Activision says that they will also be doing more frequent ban waves when compared to what they did in the past. Sledgehammer Games also recently revealed that they have already started to enforce anti-cheat measures in Vanguard. They say that this includes "issuing account bans and resolving exploits related to XP earn rates & unlocks."