Originally Posted by mtbiker033
this is good I guess as long as whatever service they are using to ban people is accurate, did it say they were using FairFight? Doesn't it just go by your stats (ie KD ratio etc)?
I am assuming Fair Fight's statistics go much deeper than the simple stats like KDR and accuracy. For an aimbot specifically, I would think it would be quite easy to track. It probably measures something like percentage on target. Obviously a pure aimbot would be 100% aimed at your target (100% aim being defined as aiming dead center of a hit box), all the time, until the target is dead. Even the most most elite shooters cannot maintain 100% aim as they will deviate slightly from hit box centers. I assume these are the types of statistics that Fair Fight is looking at, statistics that aren't really disputable.
I say this because of the cheater that posted an AMA on Reddit a long time ago. His cheats had a feature that showed above each players head the percentage they were aiming at him. He said it was extremely easy to pick out other cheaters as they could hold 100% aim consistently. He said it also exposed some legit players that were just really good that he always thought were cheaters. It was an interesting discussion and definitely provoked me to think about how you could definitely catch cheaters with measures like these.
The difficult ones would be the ESP hacks since it seems they either run on an overlay to prevent showing on the PB screenshot or they detect an incoming PB screenshot and disable for the screenshot. If a user isn't being obvious with it, and it can't be seen on a screenshot, then I have no idea how you definitively catch an ESP hack.