Tackling RWT, but an extreme method


#113

I think we should tackle bots 1st even though it is difficult by itself.


#114

yea, without bots, i think there would be a slight decrease in p2w, due to no one new being targeted.


#115

Genocide RWT.


#116

I wish but would be impossible.


#117

i mean you could just close alll the known rwt sites. it would set them back a bit, then ban all the fresh accounts with 0000 gear and only items on them (the weird “unnamed” ones anyway), and boost droprates for tradeable items to encourage actually playing the game.


#118

Easier said than done mate. Trying to close them down, the question is: how to do it?

Confused.

I wish, but then it faced criticisms…


#119

closing down sites is going to be hard as you’d need to contact google and basically most search engines. Realm itself isn’t very large and probably would get little to no attention from most search engine providers.

Deca has to add a better anti-cheat but i don’t think they should go as far as with what valorant’s anti-cheat does. If you don’t know what it does is it scans all your files to check for programs and if it finds something that declares it a hack for example certain clients then you’d be banned from the game (don’t know fully how exactly you’ll get banned but i know how they check it).

It posses risks such as security issues, i wouldn’t want some company scanning all my files and potentially stealing data and looking at private data which i don’t trust with any company no matter what they say.

Boosting droprates for items would just fluctuate the economy more making t12 and t13 tops worthless so that’s a very don’t to go path.


#120

You don’t contact a search provider to deal with the website? If a legal entity wants to shutdown a website, it’s done through legal efforts against the offending party. You could potentially ask the domain provider or web host to cease their services, but they have no legal obligation. In this case, it would be a matter of international law.

As stated previously, a programming solution to this problem is likely the only viable method. Anti-RWT measures are already proven to work across a myriad of platforms.

Valorant’s anticheat is industry standard. The only reason you care about a kernel based anti cheat, is because of the media uproar about it. Kernel based anticheats exist in a plethora of games, and isn’t some communist or malicious threat. People who actually care about monitoring their computer on a kernel basis, aren’t installing games on their work/programming/hacking systems.

People need to understand that EVERYTHING you use on your PC - whether that’s your mouse drivers, GPU drivers, your web browser, every game you’ve ever installed, every tool or program you install, even the Windows OS itself is a potential attack vector. Pretty much nothing you use is 100% secure and there’s always potential for someone to make targeted malware or attack you through almost anything.

Steam, for example, has had 2 local privilege escalation exploits in recent times, which are actual attacks that could be successfully performed and used to malicious infect or destroy/steal someone’s OS install/data.

Source Engine, Valve’s engine used in most of their games, had 2 Remote Code Execution exploits that allowed malicious people to Remote Code Execute across the internet to anyone in the same server as them, allowing malicious code to be used to infect or destroy/steal someone’s OS install/data.

Those are things that factually existed, whereas these potential Vanguard attacks are just theoretical ATM. (and Riot has a pretty squeaky clean track record when it comes to these kind of attacks existing in their main product League of Legends so far)

And yet I’m sure a lot of the people worried about Vanguard are probably using Steam or play Valve games.

Not that that’s a bad thing…just people need to realize that most stuff you plug into your PC and anything you install or use are really not that much safer. Whenever you choose to use anything on a PC you are tacitly agreeing to making your PC less safe and less secure whether you realize it or not. Everything is a risk.

The following popular games also use kernel based anticheats, and no one has given a hoot about them: ESEA Client for CSGO,America’s Army, Assassin’s Creed 3, Battlefield 2, Battlefield 2142, Battlefield 3, Battlefield 1942,Battlefield 4,Battlefield Hardline, Battlefield: Bad Company 2, Battlefield Heroes,Battlefield Play4Free, Battlefield Vietnam, Blacklight: Retribution, Call of Duty, Call of Duty 2, Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, Call of Duty: World at War, Far Cry 2, Far Cry 3, Medal of Honor,Medal of Honor: Warfighter, Need for Speed: ProStreet, Quake 3 Arena, Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Future Soldier, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Online, Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Vegas 2, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, ARK: Survival Evolved, Rust, Team Fortress 2, Call of Duty: Black Ops III, Dota 2, Garry’s Mod, Dying Light, DayZ, Left 4 Dead 2, MORDHAU, Squad, Killing Floor 2, The Isle, Avorion, Call of Duty: Black Ops, Call of Duty: Black Ops II, Total War: SHOGUN 2, Counter-Strike: Source, Tree of Savior, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, Left 4 Dead, Half-Life, Tower Unite, Call of Duty: WWII, 100% Orange Juice, Counter-Strike, Armello, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, Resident Evil 6 / Biohazard 6, HELLDIVERS™ Dive Harder Edition, Dungeon Defenders, Unturned, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, Depth, Killing Floor, Miscreated, DiRT Rally, DiRT 4, Half-Life: Opposing Force, Insurgency, Resident Evil Revelations / Biohazard Revelations, Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed Collection, Team Fortress Classic, Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad with Rising Storm, GRID Autosport, Chivalry: Medieval Warfare, The Mean Greens - Plastic Warfare, Day of Defeat: Source, Will To Live Online, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare,Natural Selection 2, Call of Duty: Ghosts, Battlefleet Gothic: Armada, The Orange Box, Dark Messiah of Might & Magic, The Four Kings Casino and Slots, Dying Light Enhanced Edition, Red Faction: Armageddon, Awesomenauts - the 2D moba, Day of Defeat, Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes, Half-Life 2: Deathmatch, Homefront, Wargame: European Escalation, TOXIKK,Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army, Ricochet, Deathmatch Classic, Dino D-Day, Grey Goo, Lost Planet™: Extreme Condition, Monday Night Combat, ORION: Prelude, Dungeon Defenders Collection,Primal Carnage, Ballistic Overkill, Gas Guzzlers Extreme, Nuclear Dawn, Tower Wars, Out of Reach, HOARD, Line of Sight, Swords and Soldiers HD, Block N Load, Critter Crunch, No More Room in Hell, Inversion, Resident Evil 6 Complete, Nether: Resurrected, Red Faction Complete Collection, Grey Goo Definitive Edition, Swords and Soldiers + Super Saucy Sausage Fest DLC, Red Orchestra: Ostfront 41-45, Pirates, Vikings, and Knights II, Zombie Panic! Source, Gas Guzzlers Extreme Gold Pack, The Ship: Murder Party, Counter-Strike: Condition Zero, Moonbase Alpha, Cry of Fear, Wickland, Half-Life Deathmatch: Source, Roller Coaster Rampage, Khan: Absolute Power, Call of Duty: Black Ops III - Multiplayer Starter Pack, Revelations 2012, IL-2 Sturmovik: Cliffs of Dover, BrainBread 2, Apex Legends,Fortnite,Paladins,Player Unknown: Battlegrounds, Rainbow Six: Siege, Planetside 2, H1Z1, Day-Z,Ark Survival Evolved, Dead by Daylight, For Honor.

You sound both paranoid and uninformed. You wouldn’t be using macOS or Windows, if you truly cared about privacy.


#121

ahh yess no one wants companies looking at your 5gb of ****** xd