The hacker targets all aspects of your game, including your Downloadable Content (DLC). For that reason, DLC needs to be properly protected. But how would that be possible with no dedicated protective solution for it?
When investigating the origins of unexpected memory modifications, our developers discovered artifacts of Windows mitigations for well-known CPU side-channel vulnerabilities. How crucial for an anti-cheat solution understanding these memory patches is?
We’ve just released a new e-book “How do you get your indie game protected without spending a fortune?” to provide you with a better understanding of the importance of cybersecurity. You will learn about the risks of not protecting your games, the mechanics of cybersecurity, the costs involved – and much, much more.
Gaming is the classic kick-back-and-relax activity that many individuals enjoy. Whether collaborating or playing solo, gamers are renowned for sharing gameplay moments and engaging with their favorite games. So what keeps them coming back for more?
If you’re a game developer, you’re probably very well aware of all the different risks that cheating, tampering and piracy mean to player engagement and your business. Decreased engagement and ensuing bad reputation, lost revenue – these options are all realistic if you don’t act.
Our recent survey shows that indie game developers – that is those who work in groups of five people or fewer – are the least concerned of all size brackets within the industry as far as cheating is concerned. What makes them so relaxed about the issue that is increasingly worrying the industry? We try to answer that in today’s article.
Video gaming has been growing at an astonishing rate – especially in the last two years, during the COVID-19 pandemic. With this increase, we have also been observing a rise in cheating – and the ways in which it happens also become more sophisticated. How does cheating affect honest players, game developers and the industry as a whole? And is there a solution to this problem? In this article, we discuss it from A to Z – happy reading!
We understand the concerns around installing games that require kernel-mode access and that some of you want to know more about the reasons we chose to deliver Denuvo Anti-Cheat in the kernel. So, to address your concerns, we have put together a Q&A to provide some facts and answers.