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Submission + - Is Valve's Anti-Cheat software faulty? (rockpapershotgun.com)

HaymarketRiot writes: There have been reports that Valve's Anti-Cheat software (VAC) has recently banned a large number of Modern Warfare 2 players. A banning from VAC is especially strict in that there is no chance of appeal, as that would show a fault in supposedly perfect software. Word from the associated Steam Group indicates that the problem may be the fault of the game's developers, Infinity Ward.
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Is Valve's Anti-Cheat software faulty?

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