Activision Goes To Court To Stop Call of Duty Cheat Software
Wednesday January 5, 2022. 09:45 PM , from Slashdot
Activision has filed a federal lawsuit against German cheat makers EngineOwning and associated individuals for 'trafficking in technologies that circumvent or evade anti-cheat technologies used by Activision to protect the integrity of [Call of Duty] games.' From a report: EngineOwning charges 13 euros per month or more for subscription access to individualized suites of cheating tools designed for Call of Duty games -- and also Battlefield, Titanfall 2, and Star Wars Battlefront. The software promises abilities like automated aimbots, auto-firing triggerbots, '2D radar' that shows enemy locations on the HUD, and '3D radar' that can track and display opposing players even behind cover.
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