I know how VAC works and you were correctly banned for cheating, not only was a cheat binary downloaded but it was detected running and it's that simple. Personally for myself or anyone to give any form of credibility to a two-time VAC banned player is ridiculousness. IMO both IAC and TAC or whatever other forms of anti-cheats are out there should all be permanently affixed to a players Steam account for good.
momba1 about vac ban I want to say that when I opened the steam to play blackops it was downloaded an update in steam
and when it downloaded it appeared virus infection and it happened in 3 other friends of mine
the exe file of blackops was corrupted and Kaspersky found a Trojan.I didn't cheat.I am a good player.
I play call of duty since the beginning of the series.And I don't have money to spend believe me.
Should you encounter a user not playing the game as intended, please take a moment to use the in-game feature and report the player. Activision Support This is the best way to have the report reviewed.
Additionally, you can also report a player to Steam Reporting Suspected Cheaters - Valve Anti-Cheat (VAC) System - Knowledge Base - Steam Support