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Published on November 26th, 2010 | by CodCom

Want To Cheat In Black Ops? Think Again



Treyarch keeps impressing people with their constant updates to Call of Duty: Black Ops. They do this to improve your gaming pleasure.

Another way Treyarch want to improve your gaming pleasure is by punishing cheaters/hackers/glitchers/bug abusers etc etc. Josh Olin said “We have a zero tolerance policy against exploitation” and whoever is caught exploiting can prepare him/herself for some serious consequences.

Together with the warning, Josh Olin made the Security & Enforcement Policy public.

CALL OF DUTY: BLACK OPS – SECURITY & ENFORCEMENT POLICY

Modders
Users who have modified their hardware and have run hacked script or code. This includes modifying profile data to use illegal characters in a player’s name.

  • Instant permaban. You will no longer be allowed to play the game online, and you will be reported to the console manufacturers.

Boosters
Users who organize to exploit the game for the explicit purpose of ranking up very quickly or to appear in a high position on the leaderboards.

  • Minor offense: Temp ban, complete stats reset, leaderboard entries removed once
  • Major offense: Temp ban, complete stats reset, permanent ban from appearing on the leaderboards
  • Extreme or repeat offenses: Permaban from playing the game online

Glitchers
Users who go out of their way to exploit the game to grief other players. An example would be going outside of the map’s clearly defined playable boundary.

  • Minor offense: Temp ban from playing the game online
  • Major offense: Extended temp ban from playing the game online
  • Extreme or repeat offenses: Permaban from playing the game online

Offensive emblem makers
Users who create emblems that are sexually gratuitous or racially offensive.

  • Minor offense: 2-week ban from using the emblem editor, emblem reset to default, emblem purchases wiped
  • Major offense: Permanent ban from using the emblem editor

As you can see Treyarch is taking the exploiting business very seriously and my advice to you: Don’t exploit. Unless of course you want to try your luck and see if you can get away with it.

[via: www.callofduty.com]

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