Rainbow Six Siege’s secret new anti-cheat tactic is causing a stir


A rumor about the secret workings of Ubisoft’s latest Rainbow Six Siege anti-cheat system has begun to give the new tactic a heroic aura on the internet. The claim going around on Twitter (opens in new tab) is that Ubisoft is doing something deviously simple: updating the Rainbow Six Siege executable every two hours, forcing cheat makers to keep up with an endless treadmill of cheat-breaking changes.

There are reasons to doubt the specifics of that explanation, but one anti-cheat expert…

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