Players cheating in multiplayer videogames has become a problem that threatens the continued existence of some videogames. The area of anti-cheat development is sparse in information and resources, this project aims to change that.
Quack is a collection of software aimed at demonstrating videogame anti-cheat functionality and providing tools to aid anti-cheat development. It is designed to be fast, respect privacy and work with any videogame.
The anti-cheat portion of the software collection is highly configurable and contains many features to detect an array of different methods of cheating in videogames.
It is open-source and MIT licensed so anyone and everyone can use the software for free for whatever purpose they wish!