Call of Duty is getting kernel-level anti-cheat

Yesterday, Activision warned that “Call of Duty” cheaters were about to usher in bad news. “Cheaters are not welcome,” it read. “There is no tolerance for scammers, and you will soon understand what we mean.” It was announced today Ricochet, A new anti-cheating technology that uses kernel-level drivers to “help identify cheaters and strengthen and strengthen overall server security.”

“The Ricochet Anti-Cheat Program is a multifaceted approach to combat cheating, with new server-side tools that can monitor and analyze to identify cheating, enhance the investigation process to eliminate cheaters, update to enhance account security, etc.,” Activision said. “In addition In addition to the server enhancements brought by Ricochet Anti-Cheat, it also introduced a new PC kernel-level driver, which was developed internally for the “Call of Duty” series and first launched for “Call of Duty: Warzone.” The The driver will help identify cheaters and strengthen and strengthen overall server security.”