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    Ring 0 ?

    All of your cheat are detected by EAC the only way for bypass eac now its the kernel driver protection. you will add this options ? its can be really good for the security.

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    Ring 0 ?

    We already have this.

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    Nice because im an older premium of system cheats and in the past we dont need to disable the patchguard now we need this ? How its work ?

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    Simple, run the cheat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lunatic View Post
    Simple, run the cheat.
    Literally this ^

    Any more questions let us know.

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    all of the other sites ones are crap anyhow you have to create modified boot entries and files, basically boot into an operating system with modified windows kernel files (gets detected thousands of times a year) and another site you have to do this but turn off even more security like windows file checking and tagging and all sorts, this is the best loader / cheats there are.
    some things just take a little longer sometimes haha

    hence "you need to turn off safe boot to run the hacks"

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