New: Call of Duty's new anti-cheat will run in the kernel. Some may have security concerns, but kernel anti-cheats typically much more successful than others. One cheat developer warning customers to stop aimbotting until they have more info vice.com/en/article/z3xjqa/c…
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Wow as if I didn't have enough reasons not to install these games already
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its how they're all going. So really, get used to it..every game will eventually function at this level..and eventually hardware, as W11 is incorporating TPM...so..yeah..:) give it 5 years till hardware locks. or less, depending on how fast they get around the kernel software.

7:00 PM · Oct 13, 2021

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Not if we take seriously our abstinence participating in them. "get used to it" is a nihilistic call to stop caring I'm not interested in games about US propagandized military violence anyways but that doesn't mean we can't point out these problems when we see them
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well the only ones that dont have it, are the ones made in Canada/China...so...
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lol TPM can be virtualized. Give it a few months and we'll start seeing hack USING the TPM.
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Oh I'm sure they'll get creative. There were methods to crack TPM before w11 even released lol
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It may be how *they* are going, but I'll be more than happy to count myself out.
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Or it will foster piracy, like it's happened before in overly draconian restrictions. To me piracy is the moral choice where intrusive DRM is concerned
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