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An ‘undetectable’ and ‘unstoppable’ cheat was taken down at Activision’s request

(Image credit: User Vision)

User Vision Pro was an aim assist and auto fire cheat that recently gained attention thanks to YouTube demos showing what it could achieve in Call of Duty: Warzone. These videos have now been taken offline, but you can see what was shown thanks to Twitter’s Anti-Cheat Police Department. The video claimed that User Vision Pro would work on “any game” and consoles as well as PC, would be “undetectable” and “unstoppable” and also “extremely [sic] quickly”.

Ars Technica explained how it works. Basically, software running on a second computer the game is streamed on to analyze what it sees, identifies enemies, and then through third-party hardware like the Cronus Zen, which was at the center of a recent Warzone cheating accusation involving a world record holder – takes the lead to make sure a cheating player gets the hang of it.

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