WHAT DOES A SPOOFER DO?
The spoofer will delete the anti-cheat tracking files, fake your hardware ID parts and spoof your network adapters so that games/anti-cheats can’t recognize you as a previously banned user. Running our spoofer will let you become a new clean user for the anti-cheat, making sure you don’t get HWID banned again.
- Spoofer is running in kernel mode (ring0)
- Automatic process name randomizer to prevent blacklisting
- Spoofer is hiding/faking all necessary information used by anti-cheats to get you HWID unbanned
- Spoofer receives frequent auto-updates to ensure long-term security for our users
WHAT DOES “HWID BAN” MEAN?
If you are HWID banned (hardware ID banned) you are unable to play a certain game or use a certain anti-cheat anymore, without your game account being banned straight away, even when not using cheats. This method is used by a lot of games, such as Warzone, PUBG, RUST, Rainbow Six Siege, APEX, etc. to prevent caught hackers from playing their game ever again. The game/anti-cheat leaves so-called “tracker files” on your PC after you first start the game. It also collects specific data about your hardware, sending them to the anti-cheat server. This way they can recognize you as an individual user. If you then get caught cheating, the anti-cheat will trigger a ban based on the information they collected. That means, even if you register a new game account without cheating on it, you still get banned.
The Spoofer works on both CPU brands, Intel and AMD.
It works for the latest Windows builds: 1803, 1809, 1903, 1909, 2004, 20H2 and 21H1.
You will need to uninstall all anti-virus clients in order to make the spoofer work correctly.
LYDIAN SPOOFER UPDATES
The spoofer receives frequent (automatic) updates to keep up with all supported anti-cheats.
The spoofer isn’t bound to one game only but can be used for all anti-cheats/games once bought.