Over on the official Steam page for Battle Royale pioneer PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, a community update reports that arrests have been made as part of developer Bluehole's continuing efforts to crack down on in-game hacking and/or cheating.
"PUBG" cheat and hack makers are in the crosshairs of the game's developers.
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PUBG Corporation's Ryan Rigney said that the arrests took place in China on April 25, with the developer aiming at people who were "developing and selling hacking/cheating programs that affect PUBG". In addition, PUBG Corp. has also revealed the extra steps to improve their anti-cheat solutions.
According to translated information from local authorities, the arrests were made for "developing hack programs, hosting marketplaces for hack programs, and brokering transactions".
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While $5.1 million in fines is an incredible figure, it could go even higher as there are other suspects still being investigated. Not only do they release daily 25MB updates to keep hackers on their toes, 15 major suspects have been arrested for allegedly creating PUBG hacks.
"Some hack programs that are being distributed through the internet includes a Huigezi Trojan horse (Chinese backdoor) virus". This means that you are not only using an illegal hack but also putting your personal information at risk. As third-party app members seek monetary rewards for harmful products based on properties they don't own, taking legal action to stop hackers can be about preserving brand reputation as well. "It was proven that hack developers used this virus to control users' PC, scan their data, and extract information illegally". Not only that you'll have fun hacking in PUBG, but you may also transfer some precious information to the developers of the hacking program.
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PUBG is now available on PC and Xbox One.