I made this video only to show how interesting the Overwatch system is. I don’t know for sure how it internally works, but with this video we may have a clue. After that I reviewed the evidence where the suspect were clearing cheating (he was using aimbot/aimlock and probably toggling wallhack), I submitted my verdict, I loaded the actual demo file from that match and showed his Steam Profile, which got immediately Overwatch banned after I sent my verdict.
The Suspect’s profile:
Q: How did you manage to get his Steam Profile?
A: I am not going into details of how I did it, but basically I managed to decrypt the Overwatch evidence file and therefore turn it into a regular CS:GO demo file, then I was able to see the real name of the players and their respective Steam Profiles. However, I do *NOT* base my verdict from what I see in the suspect’s profile or inventory, and if you also manage to do what I did, do *NOT* do that! It’s dumb, okay?
Q: Have you done it before?
A: Yes, this is the second time. On my first try it took about 10 minutes for the guy to get an Overwatch ban. Then, I thought it would be interesting to record it and show it to the internet how it works. This time the ban was much faster though (which is great).
Q: Why didn’t you record your voice? It would be easier to understand what is going on…
A: I’m not a native english speaker. I suck badly at English, pronunciation, making sentences and so on. In fact, I’m using Google Translate to help me write this. So if’s I incorrect somthing apoligize in advance.
Q: Why didn’t you record it in fullscreen?
A: I wanted to include the system clock to show that I didn’t cut the video or something like that. Useless? Maybe. But I also think it gives the video a more “natural” look. I don’t know.
Jellyfish in Space Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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