no, i didnt say it would ban them, I SAID IT WOULD LET ME KNOW IF THAT BUTTON WAS PRESSED< IF HE IS DISPUTED FOR CHEATING
we would watch the demos, and see at any point of an aimbot/wallhacks.
Read everything before you reply with that .........
So if they hit those buttons and their just having a really good game they get banned as well? If you intend to call someone a cheater, please get proof. Pressing a certain button on a keyboard is far from evidence of cheating.
This is a bad idea. If you want some sort of anti-cheating program for your tournament, and you can't write one please don't half-ass it and end up throwing false and baseless accusations around- which is what you are saying you will do if they are "accused of cheating."
A better idea would be to have them play on Garena, it's not hack-proof, but it's a MUCH better option than what you are currently considering. It connects players onto a VLAN, which usually reduces lag for everyone and has it's own anti-cheat systems.
if someone gets disputed and presses a key that is related to hacking only ONCE their whole game, in my opinion that is pretty obvious of some sort of hack.
also with garena, how am i supposed to tell if they are actually running the anti-cheat or not?
I made a script for a friend once that swapped the Esc and pause break keys.
you could set the F6 and F12 keys so that there action was changed.
I guess thought that you could program a C++ thingy to run it
Very basic. its made using the ahk coding. (Auto hot Key)
There is this code.Code:
;This code will repace the F1 and F12 keys with the F1 key. So any time they press F12 or F6 all they get is the action for F1. Could be set up to do more when F6 r 12 is set up.
;Code by MadnessRed, do what you like with it, its only 13 chars.
would you happen to have the code for C#?
nah, you dont understand, and probably wont ever understand what im trying to do, yet do i have time to explain to you.
Having said that feel free to ignore the information I'm telling you - you'll probably lose your users for a stupid anti-cheating system (if their any good or logical) and eventually you'll realize on your own it's flawed logic. But - that's ok, we all make our own mistakes, good luck with it! (I mean that too, hopefully it all turns out well and you don't need to put the cheating system to use at which point it won't matter, so really I am wishing you good luck, don't take it the wrong way ^^)