When the hacker drama of “Call of Duty: Battlefield” showed no signs of slowing down, a Facebook broadcaster explained how he cheated and easily accepted Activision’s countermeasures.
When browsing through “Boricua Rage Gaming” on Facebook, streaming media that sees itself as a “liar” rather than a “hacker” has gained popularity by showing viewers the views of using cheaters. In order to increase transparency, he accurately revealed his cheating in Warzone, and despite the efforts of the developers, he was able to continue to do so.
Warzone made its debut in March 2020, and the biggest wave of bans for the Infinity Ward title occurred on September 28, when approximately 20,000 accounts were permanently suspended due to detection of prohibited hacking software. Now, with the integration of Black Ops Cold War, Treyarch and Raven Software have entered the market, but cheaters are still common.
In an interview with YouTube’s Rara, Lara revealed that the war zone rivals Reverse promotion to robot lobbying To seed the content, Boricua Rage shared his thoughts on the easy cracking of CoD̵
Boricua Rage noticed that he entered the hacking activity after he was dying, and began broadcasting his cheating in August. He explained that he was “a normal player like the rest of us.” In addition, he prefers to be called a “modder” rather than a “hacker” because he is “not a game-breaker.”
As for the specific process of hacking (or he prefers to modify), based on the comments and ease of operation, Boricua Rage found a website that he was very satisfied with. Then, he chose to purchase a kind of “spoofing” (hiding his IP address) and allowing both Aim FOV (controlling the control of the field of view and distance of the aiming robot) and ESP (“super sensory perception” that can reveal other user information) hacker. Including the location through the wall, even the weapon in use).
After buying a hacker, the next step is to avoid the ban. During the September wave of bans, Boricua Rage called it the “big, big, big, big, big, big, big ban wave” and he lost a total of 80 accounts. But this is only a small obstacle, because he claims that he can continue to use new ones every week because he has “a partner to contact them.”
As Boricua Rage explained, constantly creating new accounts is one way to avoid Activision’s efforts, and when it comes to hackers, updating the engine is another way. Although the new account bypasses the shadow ban and permanent ban, engine developers will also update their software as soon as the developer’s anti-cheat detection program discovers their current hacking attack.
In short, he explained the effort to contain hackers, which is a tug of war between software engineers on both sides: “There are many smart people fighting back. This is just a never-ending war, you know? When they do something , Others need some time to catch up.”