I have been working for a small software company as a help desk and coder. However my skills are not good enough and I was not educated enough.
BTW, Companies are hiring IT specialists to protect their data, what is stored in a database. Databases are easy to read once u have access. U really need the source code to know what's happening in a program file. On a PC the easiest to hack is a serial code or the security system that protects that u are not able to play a copied game.
But as by cod auto aim autoshot etc, u need to be good coder who I should give a job by any software company, that guy shouldn't waste his time making homebrew hacks
Oh, and an IT specialist cost Hondreds of $$$ per hour. For 20$ per hour I will do the first line help desk, which doesn't require a lot knowledge
If the producers amazes that there are hackers, good reason to stay away from this garbage.
If I should not have tablet, I am really not able to play. All those idiots using auto aim, auto fire, running 3x faster around than the max speed u can have with perks, calling a Heli befor any kills.....etc.etc,
İ should have fun playing but it's more a deease, most of those guys using cheats are known , but u can't avoid them.
Reporting doesn't help...
I would buy a PC "all ready have" download the game from somewhere and play only single player. Not going to buy a console or the game, do not have money to waste...
I was tyired and now fill boared to play this game. Chaina and korian hacker houseful in this game. Just loose my money useless games. No hacker security. Bye Call of duty
Yes, don't ever buy CoD on PC. You are just pissing away your money and the only people playing on PC after a month are those who are cheating. I switched to console and haven't seen any overt 'hackers' as I did in almost every game on PC. Activision doesn't care about PC anyways, CoD has been a disaster on PC since MW 1