jumboeggbob wrote:I don't think I've ever seen one admin on 3FL BF3 servers, and I play 'em a lot.
spynoob wrote:tried to log onto my procon a few days ago and with no success the servers i tend to watch, don't show up. all i get is red x's in every spot. yes i sent out an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
jumboeggbob wrote:Probably the most common cheat I encounter is the map hack. No I don't have any hard physical evidence to show, and maybe made a mistake or 2, but after many many hours of game play, it's really quite obvious just by the way they play, and the high k/d ratios they get -play any other server and it just doesn't happen. You can't run around a crowded server round after round getting killed only a few times.
Matt 'El_Funko' Long wrote:jumboeggbob wrote:Probably the most common cheat I encounter is the map hack. No I don't have any hard physical evidence to show,
I've never heard of anything like that existing.
If you have any actual evidence of such a hack, or examples of it being discussed widely on the Battlelog forums or Reddit's BF3 forum with images/video to back it up, then I'm happy to look into it. Send any examples through to email@example.com.
Cheating players are out there but unless the player is cutting loose, or it directly affects you while playing you won't really notice them.AzzA82 wrote:i haven't seen too many/if any.
BF3 Cheaters Enjoy A Bantastic Time!
Just like any good design implementing security by obscurity, hackers and cheaters will find a way to exploit the system in no time flat. In this instance, DICE said via Twitter that cheaters have "found a glitch that allows them to use the Engineer repair tool or the EOD Bot to garner tens of thousands of points in a match." A beautiful and satisfying cheat if ever there was one, really letting you get on the wrong side of your fellow player! However, there's this small problem, since developer DICE has now cottoned on to underhand tactics and is banning these sporting gamers en-masse. Isn't retribution wonderful?
Via Twitter, DICE reported, "This week we've banned hundreds of offending accounts and have stats-wiped accounts for exploiting (such as boosting)..." and they also ask for honest gamer's help in nailing the culprits, "To report players cheating or boosting send us a direct message to this Twitter with a screen shot of the Battle Log Report." There is also a problem with the Sony PS3 version of the game, which will be addressed with a patch, soon. This suggests that the bug is in the core program code, rather than a platform-specific implementation. Finally, one should always strive to behave honestly and ethically in life and it looks like in this instance it really pays off. Here's wishing all honest players an enjoyable time playing BF3, free from cheaters.
Thank you the admins try there best.tacitus42 wrote:I love playing on internode servers because we love our admins here!
They do a great job keeping the servers clean, all other servers I join are typically full of hackers, people TKing with jeeps for the hell of it and just immature idiots.
In the last 25 minutes tonight, I've joined and quit 3 different servers for those 3 reasons!
Too bad the only node servers that are full of players are never the full map rotation ones though, so I mostly step out of my comfort zone and put up with it.
There's only co much caspian border I can take.
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