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Things I don't trust:

Riot Games, owned by Tencent, a known facilitator of Chinese government censorship and surveillance, is using anti-cheat software that runs in Ring 0, all the time, regardless of if the games are running or not, and is closed source.

@NOCARRIER
If I want to talk openly about American surveillance I do it on Reddit. Lolz

@NOCARRIER when you have proper hardware support you can easily bypass the anticheat using DMA and modify its kernel memory without it even knowning about it.

@nifker the juice isn't worth the squeeze. It doesn't deliver what it hopes to and just adds another threat vector. It's not good software design in any meaningful way.

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A bunch of technomancers in the fediverse. Keep it fairly clean please. This arcology is for all who wash up upon it's digital shore.