Eurogamer.net7 mo ago
In a blog post published last night, Valve said it had banned accounts it found were using third-party software to cheat in its hugely popular MOBA over the last few weeks.
Valve has issued a stark warning to Dota 2 cheaters, while confirming it has permanently banned over 40,000 accounts using a "honeypot" tactic.
According to Valve, this software accessed information used internally by the Dota client that wasn't visible during normal gameplay, giving cheaters an unfair advantage.
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Written By: Wesley Yin-Poole
Games Mentioned: Dota 2
Tags: MOBA PC Valve
Date Published: 22 Feb, 2023 (7 months ago)
Publish Time: 11:15 (GMT +8:00)
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