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    Bypassing hardware bans

    Hi guys,

    Recently i tried our cheat on ESL wire and got banned for 2 years. I want to bypass so i can compete in cups without cheating lol.
    They use ESL wire and MOSS, but 'm afraid if i compete that i will get banned and the team also. Seems like they identify your hardware and HDD serial. Someone knows anyway to spoof this.
    I already can spoof my mac/ip adress and software.

    Idk if this is the right place to start the topic.

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    Just google it mate, it will show you thousands of ways on how to do it.
    Regards

    *Google is your friend, sir!*

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    Most of the threads and websites our outdated. Can't find a really exact good answer on it.

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    Have a look here.

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    No results. I'm curious what u guys to identify ID hardware? also the serial of the HDD ?

    I have 64 bit btw

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    Reinstall windows to get a new hardware ID

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    U sure bout that Birdy ?

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    I'm not quite sure if it's true what @BirdyTheBird said.. I've heard many people say that reinstalling Windows wont help. It's worth a try but you'll need some time I guess.


    *EDIT:*
    Just found this on Google

    "Short for Hardware Identification, a security measure used by Microsoft upon the activation of the Windows operating system. As part of the Product Activation system, a unique HWID number is generated when the operating system is first installed. The HWID identifies the hardware components that the system is utilizing, and this number is communicated to Microsoft. Every 10 days and at every reboot the operating system will generate another HWID number and compare it to the original to make sure that the operating system is still running on the same device. If the two HWID numbers differ too much then the operating system will shut down until Microsoft reactivates the product."

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    ~ Regards, boringbob.

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