This was a turbulent period for Warzone – a major Warzone Pacific update arrived, with new weapons and a map, as well as Ricochet Anti-Cheat.
Game Call of Duty has new measures to combat fraud, and the kernel driver slowly comes to players from all over the world.
The game has been associated with those who like to cheat for some time, so in November 2021 it was announced that those who despise fair play will be expelled from the entire series in the future, not just from the game in which they cheat. Now there are some new measures.
Cheating is a favorite thing of many players in games, and the biggest problem is that it affects the experience of those who want to play without shortcuts and benefits.
At the beginning of 2020, Call Of Duty sneaked malware, disguised as a cheat, so it was interpreted as a kind of punishment for those who do not follow the rules of the game.
In March 2020 alone, about 30,000 users were banned. The chase for fraudsters attracted the attention of traditional hackers, who realized that the game was a good breeding ground for malware. That’s how CoD Dropper v0.1 – the virus distribution channel – came into play. The cheats took over the software in the belief that it would give them an advantage in the game and tricks with which they would beat other players. Instead, they opened the way for the attackers to their computers.
Call of Duty: Warzone has got rid of the malware, but that doesn’t mean scammers can breathe a sigh of relief. Ricochet has arrived in the game, a new PC kernel driver that is a great weapon against unfair players. The change began on December 8, first in Asia and then in other parts of the world. Users will know that the driver is active when they see the Ricochet logo when starting the game.
This was a turbulent period for Warzone – a major Warzone Pacific update arrived, with new weapons and a map, as well as Ricochet Anti-Cheat. No one suffers from cheating anymore.