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Windows New Anti-cheat Engine

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https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/gaming/microsoft-adds-game-anti-cheat-engine-to-windows-10/
With the release of the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update earlier this week, Microsoft quietly rolled out a gaming anti-cheat engine, similar to Valve's VAC system.

Called TruePlay, the new anti-cheat system is a collection of APIs that game developers can employ in their games to detect cheaters.

TruePlay works by allowing developers to create games that run in a protected process that will automatically mitigate certain types of attacks often used by game cheats such as aimbots and wallhacks.

Besides a hardened process container, TruePlay also provides an external Windows service that monitors gaming sessions for behaviors and manipulations that are also common in cheating scenarios, even if they're successful or not.
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Any thoughts on this Koz?
 
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