Valve recently rolled out an anti-cheat update called “VacNet” which is basically 1,700 CPUs working constantly just to stop wallhacks and aimbots in Counter Strike: Global Offensive. This is believed to have something to do with Valve Anti-Cheats, quite frankly, bad protection. They had to do something. Cheating went a bit overboard there for a while.
VacNet seems to have been somewhat successful with a truckload of banned CSGO accounts and legit users reporting less cheaters in-game after the update.
But what does this mean for the people that have purchased our CSGO hack? To put your mind at ease: Nothing what so ever. Our private CSGO hack is still undetected. We had an update ready within 35 minutes after VacNet rolled out.
With that said, a lot of CSGO cheat sellers got hit hard with the “Vac Wave”, so be careful as some of the hacks out there now are flagged.