Valve Anti-Cheat (VAC): Another proof that false positive bans are real

Valve Anti-Cheat (VAC): Another proof that false positive bans are real


Since I’ve started using Steam back in 2007 I had this little obsession of mine, well more of a concern. You see, every now and then I have some sort of paranoia that I might get VAC banned for no reason, like I sometimes read online.

I used to be very cautious of what I’m running in the background, even if it’s just a music player. Who knows how Steam / VAC scans the running processes? Even using some sort of trainer for single player games could potentially result in a VAC ban I guess. Modifying the game files too.


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I like working with Computers and learning new and interesting things. I enjoy helping people who appreciate the help. I love cool gadgets.

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