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#9 Right click stopping m1 in Q/A Help

Not pressing m2 is also an option

posted 8 months ago
#7 tf2 is delaying my keyboard inputs in TF2 General Discussion

Make sure cl_predict is set to 1

posted 9 months ago
#48 mxr/frkshw cheating in MGE (with proof) in TF2 General Discussion
GrapeJuiceIIImxrthen why r u still wrong...one of my pastimes is literally watching aim and movement in demos.
this is some anti-vaxxer telling a doctor that vaccines dont work type of shit.

It's not true that player movements are recreated perfectly. Firstly, STV demos usually have a very low tickrate (16 by default), and any movement between ticks is interpolated. Secondly, the angles you see in STV and spec are always slightly off because the server only shows an approximation to save bandwidth/space. A POV demo on the other hand is much more accurate because it is the right tickrate and angles, which is why a POV demo is so much better when reviewing cheat evidence.

However, this video is someone speccing another player in-game, in which case only the angles are incorrect while the tickrate is 66, making it more reliable as evidence, but the video is still only 30 fps. It would have been better if OP recorded a POV demo speccing this guy cheating, because that would have produced more reliable evidence.

posted 9 months ago
#92 ETF2L S37 plugins in TF2 General Discussion

Can we go back in time then and have a poll on the speed buff before Valve implemented it? Thanks

posted 10 months ago
#117 Remove Iron Bomber from whitelist in TF2 General Discussion

Make iron bomber projectiles comically big to match their actual hitbox

posted 10 months ago
#73 why dafuqwizat didn't cheat: in TF2 General Discussion
Do you have any to backup they aren't? I never said I could prove it (not a cheat dev surprisingly) I just said it was 100% within their capabilities to be able to bypass such tools, as that is the very premise of hacking.

Well the fact that it is a private tool whose function and purpose are unknown, it would be pretty hard to design something to circumvent this tool, wouldn't it?

posted 10 months ago
#71 why dafuqwizat didn't cheat: in TF2 General Discussion
SpritePoint still stands wether he's being banned from a league or not, There needs to be evidence beyond a reasonable doubt to convict someone. Failure to provide said evidence means there is not evidence beyond a reasonable doubt anymore.

I'm not asking for them to show me a step by step guide of how they use their "private tools" to find people (mostly because I'm in high disbelief that these tools aren't already public knowledge to hack devs/counterable by them, fucking take 1 look at the state of pubs and tell me they aren't capable already) I'm asking for transparency on what is actually suspicious without the "private tools" being shown cos I'm still yet to see anything that proves beyond a reasonable doubt that he is guilty.

Do you have any evidence to back up the insinuation that the tools are in fact not private and widely known among cheat developers?

posted 10 months ago
#35 Using nullmovement puts you at disadvantage in Customization
mastercomsYeah I'd still use null movement, it was just a neat fact I thought I'd bring up in conversation. The amount of input delay it adds is so small compared to the benefits and the possible increase in responsiveness due to brain/finger delay for releasing keys :)

Do you have any evidence to back this statement up?

posted 10 months ago
#59 tf2 images that precede unfortunate events in TF2 General Discussion


posted 10 months ago
#28 tf2 images that precede unfortunate events in TF2 General Discussion


posted 11 months ago
#29 sync rocket terms in TF2 General Discussion
ZestyU wouldnt expect this thread to be so heated from the title

the fact that there are people out there calling a triple a "double sync" is very upsetting to me

posted 11 months ago
#72 Please have S37 in autumn 2020. in TF2 General Discussion

The decision to not have a fall season is to me puzzling and I am not really buying the reasons that were given in the post.

First of all, experimental cups are not a proper replacement for a full season, for various reasons. One reason is that experimental cups are supposed to test new things, not be the main way of playing the game, which it would be in the absence of a proper season. A second reason is that winning an experimental cup is far less rewarding than winning a season. Furthermore, these cups have historically been held without impacting the schedule of the main season, so I don't really understand what conditions have changed in order to necessitate experimental cups as a replacement of a season.

Secondly, the reason given to align the seasons with Copenhagen Games is strange to me as well, given that this event most likely will not even happen due to the fact that we are currently in a pandemic. Even if the event does happen, I don't see how aligning the seasons with the event provides such a benefit that it is worth skipping an entire season for.

Consider the risk of not having a fall season. The risk of players quitting is fairly high in the absence of a season, and it would be naïve to think that this decision has no impact on the player base. As such, ETF2L is taking big risks with small potential rewards. We need the player base to be as strong as possible in order to be able to arrange LANs in the future. We have the luxury of being the only region that is able to have two big LANs annually. If the player base – and consequently LAN attendance – dwindles, then this privilege will definitely be under question. The risk simply outweighs the reward greatly in this case.

posted 11 months ago
#11 how to make stairs splash properly in TF2 General Discussion



posted about a year ago
#9 [StAC] - anticheat plugin in Projects
Not really. Most AC software is proprietary and owned by for-profit companies, and these very rarely make software open-sourced. Whether it's more secure or not is not a factor.

Not sure if you're saying that for-profit companies don't make open source software frequently, or that they specifically don't make open sourced anti-cheats, because the former is certainly false.

While there is ways to data mine, reverse engineer, and/or circumvent close source software and this code is not publicly audited, I think we'd both agree that it is probably better than just giving cheat developers the keys to your game.

Having the source code is more like having the blueprints to a lock than the keys. If the lock is a bad lock, then having the blueprints will make it easier for an attacker to bypass it, but if it is a good lock, it doesn't matter whether the attacker has the blueprints or not. Hiding the implentation behind layers of obfuscation is called security through obscurity and is generally considered a bad practice as it allows security flaws to stay present for longer than if the implementation could openly be scrutinised by everyone. Not only malicious hackers can look at the source code and find flaws in the code, anyone can.

As for the open-source discussion. Companies defintely don't frequently develop open-sourced software compared to how often they develop proprietary software. Almost all software I have installed on my computer is proprietary software. The reason for this is simply to make more money and prevent theft of code, not to enhance the security.

posted about a year ago
#6 [StAC] - anticheat plugin in Projects
wolsneWhile I love the idea of seeing an open source anti-cheat be developed, it's existence brings up problems of it's own. By giving cheaters and/or cheat developers direct access to see exactly how the software works, you're inviting them to create proxies or bypass these catching mechanisms altogether. Regardless, I hope the projects bodes well and you continue to catch disingenuous players trying to get an edge, just some food for thought. This is why most anti-cheat programs are closed source.

Not really. Most AC software is proprietary and owned by for-profit companies, and these very rarely make software open-sourced. Whether it's more secure or not is not a factor.

posted about a year ago
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