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-ACI- is a multi-service organization that provides PunkBuster support and independent services to the gaming community. These services include banlist management based on streamed violations and log data as well as submitted PBSS screenshots. Taking it a step further, we use the data we collect and manage to provide a number of additional unique tools and resources to help our members and the gaming community maintain a clean and fun playing environment.

To start using -ACI- protection on your server, set up server streaming and apply for Streaming Admin membership. Streaming to ACI has many advantages:
  • Players in your server are logged into the -ACI- History Tool, where you can view player accounts and look for links to cheating accounts, reported screenshots, PunkBuster violation kicks, other player names used by the account, and more.
  • Players in your server found with cheats in their PunkBuster screenshots by our numerous PBSS "trollers" can be banned after being verified with your streamed logs.
  • Players in your server who are kicked due to bannable PunkBuster violations are immediately added to the -ACI- ban list by -ACI- LiveBans.
After your server has been streaming for 6 weeks, you can apply for Server Owner membership which brings additional tools and forum access.

For both Streaming Admin and Server Owner members we offer -ACI- LiveSecure, -ACI-'s state of the art game server anti-cheat protection service. LiveSecure automatically tracks PB violations, monitors suspicious players with -ACI- LiveWatch, implements ACI MD5/CVAR checks, and enforces bans using a master list of -ACI- and other anti-cheat community bans. Play in your server with confidence that no player is using a banned account. LiveSecure for Streaming Admins includes most of the features of the Server Owner version:

FeatureLiveSecure (SA) LiveSecure (SO)
Real-time ban list
LiveBans instant PB Violation bans
LiveWatch active watch list
LiveStats server statistics
LiveSecure server banners
Cross-game kicks
MD5/CVAR anti-cheat checks

If you do not have a server but want to be an active member of the anti-cheat community, you are invited to apply as a Private Member (membership requires an active gaming account in one or more of the games -ACI- supports).

News and other information are displayed below and in our forums. Please register and get to know the community.
World of Warcraft Bans ‘A Large Number’ of Players
May 15, 2015 - 11:51 PM - by logan
Now, if only DICE, Origin and Even Balance could get their acts together....**sigh**


May 15, 2015

"Cheating of any form will not be tolerated"

http://time.com/3860623/world-warcraft-ban/

Maybe think twice before using that cheat code.

Blizzard Entertainment has banned “a large number” of World of Warcraft accounts after finding that they were using bots, or “third-party programs that automate gameplay” according to a company post. The number of banned accounts was not revealed in Blizzard’s post, but a widely cited screenshot from a user’s chat with a game master indicates that more than 100,000 accounts were banned for six months. World of Warcraft has an estimated 7.1 million active subscribers.
In addition to an explanation of the ban, Blizzard encouraged World of Warcraft players to report accounts they suspected of cheating.

Quote:
“We’re committed to providing an equal and fair playing field for everyone in World of Warcraft, and will continue to take action against those found in violation of our Terms of Use,” the company post read. “Cheating of any form will not be tolerated.”
The game’s community manager, Micah Whipple, tweeted a response to the cheating from his World of Warcraft persona account:

Botting is defined as automation of any action, not just character movement. If a program is pressing keys for you, you've violated the ToU.

— Bashiok (@Bashiok) May 13, 2015
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