maxresdefault (1)"HACK OR LUCK ?!"

I believe that each of us, at least once in his career as a gamer, has screamed and cursed after yet another negative series one of the following phrases: "BUT HOW FUCK FA ?!"; "NO NOT 'POSSIBLE, BASTA"; "CAZZZZOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!"; "Have you seen, have you seen ?! I SPARE A CHARGER WILL NOT DIE, HE HAS A SHOT AND I HAVE DEAD "; "HE HAS MORE ASS WHAT SOUL OR IS A HACKER". My friends, I am with you and I know very well the other two most common words used in these moments, specifically those pronounced grinding teeth and voice choked ... But we must be realistic and be aware that we are often the only ones guilty of our performance from N00b. Despite this, I am here to give you some good news that could draw you on the morale: the "hackers", beyond luck, really exist and even in fairly large quantities, so you might actually come across some of them and complain without being self-critical. The bad news, however, is that on CS: GO have been banned over 3.500, so now you can fall into the abyss of your low self-esteem due to being n00b.

Seriously, what is happening is worthy of note and I'm glad to tell you. A Reddit user, more precisely AndroidL, he wanted to go on the attack to flush out and condemn some scoundrel to a permanent ban. Such as? He explains it himself in a post a summary of the company later shared on Reddit (Counter Strike: Global Offensive). Inspired by another user's modus operandi (previously banned over 300), within two weeks he released three different hacks that, besides improving performance, contained delicious changes that would make them discoverable by VAC (Valve Anti-Cheat) user trickster. The effects, as you can imagine, are devastating and effective. According to AndroidL estimates, the three hack trap have collected over 5,500 downloads, leading to the ban ALMENO 3,500 gamers.

AndroidL, not satisfied, has also been amused to make a collection of screenshots containing the various banned user complaints. Some are hilarious and you can enjoy it link.

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What to say, Justice has been made. We are not here to explain how it is incorrect (and cowardly) that someone can afford to cheat without being discovered, in the face of those who commit daily and renounce the real life to be able to own all. Not to mention, moreover, of the damage they create to collective fun and therefore how they fail the main factor that leads us to spend our time videogiocando. Software houses should do more to improve their anti-cheat systems, thus protecting their deserving users; while we can only enjoy this beautiful initiative of AndroidL. Much honor and esteemFinally, the n00bs are not allowed to go to the dark side of the force, but who choose to improve their skills to the death of consecutive deaths and passive rates. The results will come, believe me.

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