MW3sa report tool has been released

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Re: MW3sa report tool has been released

in reply to candyslexia

Xifon is an hacker, he uses like esl, microsoft redistributable c++ 2008 programs. And mw3sa like esl wire anti-cheat make the game unplayable as laggy s***.

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Re: MW3sa report tool has been released

in reply to candyslexia

Guys, banning doesn't work. VAC disablers enable the banned players to play. You suck infinity ward! I am sorry I bought MW3. I could have continued playing the cracked version on Technogods for free with dedicated servers and no cheaters + voting so when a cheater enters your lobby you can kick him. Now I am with 50 euro less for a game that I don't play because every 2nd player is a cheater and there is no point in wasting time with this shit! This reporting tool is not needed since it does not work. Just give us our money back because what you sell is not what it should be!

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Re: MW3sa report tool has been released

in reply to candyslexia

I think we have to come to some reality or awareness that we don't have dedicated servers for MW3, and we aren't going to get them. I would encourage banning even if we had dedi servers. Servers don't stop the cheating, they just move them along to the next guy to deal with, that is if there is anyone willing to deal with them. I mean I just can't see the harm in the reporting tool... especially if they are really serious about it. On the other hand, you have asked for help in the past, and the people most likely to help certainly did, and you shot them down. It's going to be harder to get help this time around. I'm certainly not as optimistic as I was, and I haven't downloaded the tool yet, nor has any of my friends. Maybe some consistency and results will change that. But again, even if we get dedi-servers, this will be a welcomed tool... if they (IW) follow up... and they better, cause some of their jobs may be on the line.

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Re: MW3sa report tool has been released

in reply to cheaterssuk

I think some people in this thread need a little clarification:

The reporting tool and banning does NOT use VAC, nor does it rely on VAC. You send in a report via the tool (not Steam), which also uploads the replay from your Vault, to which you can add useful comments.

Xifon's web site then collates and prioritises the reports based on frequency and some other stuff I'm not aware of and then IW look at them (I assume using the uploaded replays and other stats and tools at their disposal) and ban at IW's end (not on Steam) accordingly.

As you have to log into the tool to use it and access Xifon's web site, you get a personal dashboard of your reports on Xifon's web site and can also see a global ban list (running at ~900 bans currently). You get credited for bans given out and for those you have "shared" in reporting with others. You also get a score on how effective your reports are, which helps determine priority and discourage report spammers and hackusations.

The bans handed out are by IW and prevent connection to the IW online services, so VAC disablers are irrelevant.

If anyone still doubts this is how it is, I'm sure Candice or Tina can jump on to correct me if I have misinterpretted anything or confirm my post.

Whilst I agree that Ranked Dedis would be nice, this is at least an elegant way of trying to police the current IWNet multiplayer.

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Re: MW3sa report tool has been released

in reply to Mr_Teatameh

Mr Teatameh wrote:

I think some people in this thread need a little clarification:

The reporting tool and banning does NOT use VAC, nor does it rely on VAC. You send in a report via the tool (not Steam), which also uploads the replay from your Vault, to which you can add useful comments.

Xifon's web site then collates and prioritises the reports based on frequency and some other stuff I'm not aware of and then IW look at them (I assume using the uploaded replays and other stats and tools at their disposal) and ban at IW's end (not on Steam) accordingly.

As you have to log into the tool to use it and access Xifon's web site, you get a personal dashboard of your reports on Xifon's web site and can also see a global ban list (running at ~900 bans currently). You get credited for bans given out and for those you have "shared" in reporting with others. You also get a score on how effective your reports are, which helps determine priority and discourage report spammers and hackusations.

The bans handed out are by IW and prevent connection to the IW online services, so VAC disablers are irrelevant.

If anyone still doubts this is how it is, I'm sure Candice or Tina can jump on to correct me if I have misinterpretted anything or confirm my post.

Whilst I agree that Ranked Dedis would be nice, this is at least an elegant way of trying to police the current IWNet multiplayer.

Well that's me uninstalling the game as I will be banned for not cheating simply because I am a better player than most that I come across.

Some of the kill's I get look dodgy etc and look as if I shouldn't have gotten them but I did, and because of that I will be banned.

So long MW3 it was fun whilst it lasted to bad my account will be banned thank's to idiot's reporting legit players, and the game not using a system to detect cheat's other than other peoples oppinions which are biased based on how they did in the game.

This is the type of game that will get me banned thank's to noobs reporting better players and people actually banning, people without playing against them or seeing more of there games.


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Re: MW3sa report tool has been released

in reply to wierd worlds are these

you have to know what you are doing to detect wallhackers. Good idea uninstalling your game.

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Re: MW3sa report tool has been released

in reply to cheaterssuk

cheaterssuk wrote:

you have to know what you are doing to detect wallhackers. Good idea uninstalling your game.

As I say that's why I am uninstalling the game simply because I do not trust people to make the right choice when it comes to players who have a good game, or who are better than the people they are playing against.

Most of my games I finish around 20+ kills 10- deaths but I then have the really good games which I record and put on Youtube and it's, those games that will get someone banned just because some little scroat cannot handle being beaten by a better player (AKA Rawtoast)

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Re: MW3sa report tool has been released

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I hope they know what they are doing... Almost anyone will look suspicious at some point.

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Re: MW3sa report tool has been released

in reply to candyslexia

While working to abolish hacking is a good thing there are soo many false reports going around legitimate players are likely to be banned.  I ran into a guy who immediately stated that cheaters would be banned and I asked him if he was using MW3SA.  He banned several players and even threatened to ban me and I was not hacking at all. 

False Accusations:

"Checking corners" by aiming down sight, sees a guy and opens fire.  Gets accused of wall hacking

Using a decent surround sound system or headphones to track player movements via sound.  Gets accused of wall hacking.

Kills somebody due to BS lag comp, the other player sees them firing before they can be seen.  Accused of wall hacking

Generally just having good accuracy, fast reflexes or getting lucky shots.  Accused of aimbot

I don't know how many times I've seen on chat "nice walls Sven"

Lag Comp also makes it much harder to tell a well hidden hack with all the magic BS it does, false player position reporting, delayed hit detection, NOT EVEN SHOWING YOU THAT YOU ARE BEING SHOT AT UNTIL YOU ARE ALREADY DEAD.

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Re: MW3sa report tool has been released

in reply to sventheslayer

That may be true and I personally don't report anyone who isn't blatently aimbotting and hardly ever for potential wallhacks, for the very reasons you mention.

However, wouldn't you agree that most people possess basic numeracy skills and can report killstreak cheats? e.g. calling in a Care Package after 2 consequetive kills (and it was a care package because one of my team picked it up and got Juggernaut armor) or be able to detect the guy I ran into today running around invisible knife killing people.

Those are just as valid to report are they not?

Also did I not mention above that spamming the reporting tool with false reports degrades the reporter's "scoring" and hence those reports get lower priority compared to those who consistently submit good reports?

Edmund Burke? - All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.

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