Eyolis Apr 23 @ 1:22am
Report system CS:GO
Transfer that to TF2 i saw some cheaters used macros and mb aimbot im not sure, but can't report them, bad
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Spooky Medic (Darkanine) (Banned) Apr 23 @ 1:28am 
If people are hacking in TF2, they are automatically banned from the VAC. Also Macros (usually) aren't considered cheating in TF2, but are generally frowned apon.
Eyolis Apr 23 @ 1:36am 
anti-cheat can't ban them all
unlucky ducky Apr 23 @ 1:38am 
Due to the wide-spread use of 3rd party servers it would not be nearly as effective of a measure in Team Fortress 2.
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Spooky Medic (Darkanine) (Banned) Apr 23 @ 1:39am 
Originally posted by Eyolis:
anti-cheat can't ban them all
Anti-Cheat detects edits with the .dll and the .exe file, meaning they'e going to be banned soone or later. The biggest issue is that it only bans accounts and not IP addresses.
unlucky ducky Apr 23 @ 1:48am 
Originally posted by Darkanine:
Originally posted by Eyolis:
anti-cheat can't ban them all
Anti-Cheat detects edits with the .dll and the .exe file, meaning they'e going to be banned soone or later. The biggest issue is that it only bans accounts and not IP addresses.
Banning IPs would not make a lot of sense since a lot of people have dynamic IPs that switch every few hours/days. You'd end up banning far more innocent players than you would actual cheaters.
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Sentient_Toaster Apr 23 @ 1:48am 
Anybody who'd propose attempting to punish individual behavior via banning by IP addresses should be considered to automatically fail their job interview if the position involves actually working with the Internet, because that's a complete failure to understand the basics.
Mokizii ♥ (Banned) Apr 23 @ 1:59am 
Originally posted by Eyolis:
anti-cheat can't ban them all
I assure you, it can.
unlucky ducky Apr 23 @ 2:01am 
Originally posted by Potaji ( -FT- Potatier ):
Originally posted by Eyolis:
anti-cheat can't ban them all
I assure you, it can.
It could potentially ban all cheaters if it banned all non-cheaters as well. Otherwise there's always going to be the issue of having people with yet to be detected cheats and people who are awaiting punishment for already detected cheats.
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Eyolis May 13 @ 4:45pm 
why the system is needed, atm seen a cheater with auto-aim, his nickname changes automatically every 10 seconds, in view players no this names found
Two Times an Anus (College) May 13 @ 4:53pm 
Originally posted by Eyolis:
why the system is needed, atm seen a cheater with auto-aim, his nickname changes automatically every 10 seconds, in view players no this names found

It's a guy with ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥, a cheat pack that is used by pretty much every cheater in TF2. It includes speed-hacks, aimbots, no bullet spread, infinite ammo and crits and an automatic name-changer. These guys are everywhere, but they always end up banned in the end. Nobody is invincible, even the best hackers get what's coming to them.

VAC has a programmed delay between cheat detection and actual ban implementation. If it banned cheaters immediately then said cheaters would figure out what cheats actually triggered the ban and work even harder at making them undetectable. A delayed ban means it will be harder for the cheaters to know what cheat triggered the ban.
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Eyolis May 13 @ 5:03pm 
you reassured me, then I'll just change the server
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