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  • Call of Duty's New Anti-Cheat, Ricochet, to Use Kernel-Level Driver

    Call of Duty's New Anti-Cheat, Ricochet, to Use Kernel-Level Driver

    This is about as invasive an anti-cheat as you can get.

    On October 12, the Call of Duty devs issued a vague, ominous, and really cringey warning to cheaters. As it stands, the new anti-cheat for Call of Duty: Warzone wasn't slated to be released until Call of Duty: Vanguard released later this year. So, what then were they teasing to be revealed today?

    Well, it was the reveal announcement for their new anti-cheat. They call it Ricochet, which is not to be confused with...
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  • Latest ESEA Client Poses a Huge Security Risk

    Latest ESEA Client Poses a Huge Security Risk

    If you frequently make use of the ESEA client to play on their Counter-Strike servers, you may want to hold off on updating to the latest version. Hell, I'd go so far as to suggest that you uninstall the ESEA client right now and take your business elsewhere. Why? It seems as though the latest client gives the ESEA full administrative access to your computer. The client makes use of a kernal driver that now runs 24/7 on your machine. It has the capability to look at any file on ...
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  • Latest ESEA Client Poses a Huge Security Risk

    If you frequently make use of the ESEA client to play on their Counter-Strike servers, you may want to hold off on updating to the latest version....
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