My favorite thing to tell people who thinks IW/Treyarch/Activision can stop all the modding/hacking...the United States Department of Defense networks are hackable...so if someone wants to hack/mod a videogame, it's going to happen no matter how hard the devolopers try to avoid or stop it. Call of Duty 4 was hacked when it came out, World at War was hacked when it came out, MW2 was hacked when it came out, Black Ops was hacked when it came out, MW3 was hacked when it came out, Black Ops 2 was hacked when it came out, Ghosts has been hacked, and the next Call of Duty game will be hacked when it comes out, and then the next one after that will be hacked.
All they can do is stop the ones doing it now, they can't prevent it in the future unfortunately.
You shouldn't be so hard on this guy. I join randomer's games all the time. All of my friends list bar a few are people I have met online. If it's so dangerous to join random people MS shouldn't allow it. Plus, just to shoot you down, you can join a public match and end up in a hacked lobby so that's your argument out the window.
Thanks for your utterly useless input nicedrewishfela. It's not a matter of responsibility. The guy just wants a bit of help. All he needs to be told is that no one actually cares, not the fact that it's his fault he got in to a hacked lobby. It isn't his fault, he's just unfortunate. If IW wanted to they could reset him back to what he was. If he was looking for a hacked lobby to rank up, he wouldn't immediately come on the forum and ask for it to be reversed, would he?
And to this I call bullsh*t. Go onto youtube and simply type in black ops 2 modded lobbies and you will find an enormous amount of videos that have to do with modded lobbies in that game.
Both IW and Treyarch have their own fair share in just about all their games. You clearly have no idea what you are talking about.