Actually, there is a far more simple solution to this issue of
third-party cheating programs than disabling the end user's
registration. It seems to me the easiest solution is A, to check and
see if a third-party cheating program is attempting to modify the
game, and B, once it has determined someone is engaged in such
behavior to display an error message, and then promptly exit the
program. In a case like that weather it is in demo mode or a fully
registered game the cheating program would end up triggering the game
to close. In short, either play fair or not at all. Hehehehehehehe!
On 11/26/11, Bryan Peterson <bpeterson2...@cableone.net> wrote:
> See if it was me I'd find some way of checking whether the cheat or ceats
> being used was one coded into the game, and if not I'd find a way of
> disabling the user's registration so long as those outside cheats were in
> They're coming to take me away, ha-haaa!
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