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  1. Hey there, some updates made to ESEA CSGO Anti-cheat making it always running on your computer, it can read + analyse data and memory on your pc and send it to ESEA servers. ESEA is ''trusted'' and the worlds best anti-cheating system for PC. But my question is this, in 2013 a ''rogue employe'' injected malware into the anticheat that made it mine bitcoins and destroy a lot of ppls computers and this was when they made it running fulltime and they then changed it to only running when playing CSGO ESEA. They did get sued for a million dollars tho and had to pay that Now they are gonna make it running fulltime on your PC and like the question is should I trust them? I play CSGO competively and I do it on ESEA because I dont like cheaters. And will MBAM detect any ''behaviour'' which is malicious if that occurs? They literally have 100% full acess to your computer with their anti-cheat its not like usual ones, so yeh its a bit scary! Thats the price you pay to play without cheaters. Also one last question, did MBAM detect it back in 2013 when a rogue employe added malware bitcoin miner into it?? Just curious!
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