Intel anti-cheat system in the works
Intel, at its Research@Intel Day in Santa Clara, CA, announced that it is working on an anti-cheat system for games. The idea is that Intel and the PC gaming industry would build technology into gaming rigs that could detect when common cheats – such as "aimbots" that handle targeting while the player just holds down the trigger – are used in an online gaming session, said Travis Schluessler, a researcher at Intel.
PCs equipped with this technology would notify a server that someone in the game is using a cheat, and then the game administrator could set a policy of kicking the cheat offline. Intel is still working out the details; don't expect to find this in a high-end gaming PC anytime soon.
Supongo que como toda proteccion sera hackeada rapidamente….