Submitted by T9X69 1782d ago | news

Black Ops Security & Enforcement Policy

Treyarch is committed to providing all gamers with the best online experience possible, and that means maintaining the game’s integrity. We have a zero tolerance policy against exploitation, and this is to protect the many gamers who go online to compete and have legitimate fun. Below is a brief outline of our security and enforcement policy which will remain posted and will get updated here. (Call of Duty: Black Ops, PC, PS3, Treyarch, Xbox 360)

cdland  +   1782d ago
consoles... lol
Nothing in this artical about PC problems... we only have software hacks... not Hardware modders, some people do clock it up. So who really owns your consold, Sony or Microsoft??? I'll stick with my PC... :D


Users who have modified their hardware and have run hacked script or code. This includes modifying profile data to use illegal characters in a player’s name.

• Instant permaban. You will no longer be allowed to play the game online, and you will be reported to the console manufacturers.

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