<h1>Michail Greshishchev</h1>

Michail Greshishchev

Michail Greshishchev is a software engineer with a passion for reverse engineering. His career revolves around software reliability & safety critical systems. His recent accomplishments were contributing a security analysis framework to Automotive Grade Linux (AGL), enabling automotive manufacturers to protect future cars from cyber-attacks, and winning a US Navy CTF hacking competition in Austin, Texas. Presently, he is the Denuvo Anti-Cheat product owner at Denuvo by Irdeto.
Keeping the fight fair – busting myths around Denuvo Anti-Cheat

Keeping the fight fair – busting myths around Denuvo Anti-Cheat

If you have ever played a competitive PC game, than you probably have played against a cheater at one point or another. Cheating in multiplayer video games has become one of the largest issues for publishers, so the Denuvo team set out to build a best-in-breed solution to bring fairness back to gaming. As Denuvo Anti-Cheat grows in popularity, people are having a lot of questions about how it works. With that in mind, here are some of the most common myths about Denuvo Anti-Cheat and some hard-cold facts.