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Do you think Valve Anti Cheat is bad?

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Here is what little I know about VAC. The anticheat scans your computer, if it finds a cheat on your system and you're connected to a VAC secured server, you will get banned. I heard that VAC bans cheaters in 'waves' and it could be days, weeks, months before their ban. 

I'm asking this question, because when I connected to a community server in CSGO with my VIP CSGO cheats, I was banned in less than 2mins. Not even using the cheats to its fullest extent, not even at 50%. Went back to official servers and everything is fine. 

  • Is VAC just waiting for the right moment to ban me?
  • Does it even detect the cheats at all?
  • Overall is VAC a horrible anticheat? 

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No VAC is a great anti-cheat, it simply hasn't been updated nor upgraded to today's standards. It is unintrusive and most people wont risk their main accounts because of VAC,

From my understanding, it searches thru current processes and services and compare it to  most popular hacking softwares / tools. 


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