We have just pushed an update to No More Room in Hell that enables VAC support. The change will be applied automatically when you restart No More Room in Hell. Some users may need to restart their Steam client as well. If you are running a server, please remove the -insecure option from your command line to enable VAC support.
What is VAC?
VAC stands for Valve Anti-Cheat, an automated system designed to detect cheats installed on users' computers. If a user connects to a VAC-Secured server from a computer with identifiable cheats installed, the VAC system will ban the user from playing that game on VAC-Secured servers in the future.
The VAC system reliably detects cheats using their cheat signatures. Any third-party modifications to a game designed to give one player an advantage over another is classified as a cheat or hack and will trigger a VAC ban. This includes modifications to a game's core executable files and dynamic link libraries.
While server admins may choose to ban specific players, server admins cannot VAC ban players.
The following will not trigger a VAC ban:
- Using chat programs like X-Fire, Overwolf, Discord, or IRC
- Macro programs like AutoHotKey and those that ship with keyboards/mice
- Server side plugins like SourceMod
- Using sv_cheats on a local server or a server you own
- System hardware configurations
- Updated system drivers, such as video card driver
How can I ensure I don't get VAC banned?
To ensure your account does not get VAC banned, use only trusted machines to play on VAC-Secured servers. If you are not sure whether or not the machine you are using to connect to Steam may have cheats installed, do not play on VAC-Secured servers.
Use caution when installing any game modifications like scripts or custom skins, and only download custom content from trusted sources. Hackers may maliciously disguise their cheats to cause others to get banned.
For more information on the Valve Anti Cheat system, please visit the support page