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How do we report hackers to Tripwire?


In Soviet Russia, Yoshiro is a cake
Staff member
Oct 10, 2005
On Steam you report their profile via their community page to Valve. On console you use any built in tools to report profiles to Xbox or Sony.


Sep 7, 2012
Dominican Republic
I don't know about OP's particular case, but I've whitnessed players hacking once or twice with a pretty darn obvious use of aimbot, like a commando only dealing headshots while consistant full auto shooting. The time it happened I was lucky enough to be playing with the server admin, and he caught up on it when I typed "seriously, you guys are using aimbot? lol..." Two guys (friends apparently) were using the aimbot as commandoes. What makes it worse was that it was in an open space custom map so you could see the stream of bullets jumping everywhere and always popping heads. I think it was Kitchen Rat map or something, you know those kind of maps that give the impression the player is a tiny person in a normal sized room.
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