Doesn't Epic Games Valorant do the same thing with their anti-cheat?
They do or at least this one does. Users on r/doom say windows defender flags it as malware.I'm surprised Microsoft doesn't block installation of these or throw up a warning. When there's an inevitable security breach they're going to be the ones patching it so it would only be fair.
Supposedly they changed it from level 0 to 1 or 2. SomeOrdinaryGamers covered the initial incident and the change.Doesn't Epic Games Valorant do the same thing with their anti-cheat?
Must be a former Microsoft developer. Only the Microsoft MVP mindset could possibly make a claim like that with a straight face. Rootkits are maximally invasive.Are they fucking joking? Kernal level access is 'minimally invasive' now? That's calling a triple bypass minimally invasive on your fucking heart.
Naspers has a 31% stake in Tencent. They also have a 100% stake in Irdeto. Irdeto owns Denuvo.Tencent has a 30% stake in the company that makes Devuno. Pretty sure there's a reason why it needs kernel 0 access and it's not to prevent cheating.
Wikipedia the free encyclopedia said:The company was formed through a management buyout of DigitalWorks, the arm of the Sony Digital Audio Disc Corporation that developed the SecuROM DRM technology.
That's why I don't like persistent MP rankings/items and pay for even cosmetics. There is much more incentive to get rid of stuff like this and make it more "fair."I miss the Diablo 2 days when I could use a tool to edit other people's characters. I would always get a good giggle out of "SickNastyBastard plz join and fix this" then I would just log off.
Changing tbe level begs the question, why didn't they set it that way from the beginning? Also the old drm thing was called StarForce.I hate using this analogy: but it's like a defendant in a rape case saying, "It was just the tip bro!"
The level of which you're violating the sanctity of something doesn't change the fact you're violating it. Even then the case of Denuvo is their dicks are so small a "tip" would be the whole thing.
Supposedly they changed it from level 0 to 1 or 2. SomeOrdinaryGamers covered the initial incident and the change.
It's just this kernel shit reminds me of StarCOM or whatever that would brick your computer if you tried to remove it. Similar to Sony with their music DRM fiasco. At some point consumers just need to get violent with these assholes in order for them to learn a lesson.
No no no you see they call it Kernel because it's like popcorn there are many kernels and they are just change one kernel and leave the other ones alone.Kernel level anything isn't 'minimally invasive'.