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- With the new CS:GO update which was released by Valve on 24th July, Trusted Mode is now the default launch mode, which means you can no longer simply disable it with a launch option. However, there's still a way to enable third-party software for CS:GO.
- CS:GO now significantly restricts the types of programs and files that can interact with the game. By default, players will launch CS:GO in Trusted mode, which will block third-party files from interacting with the game. If you would like to play while using third party software that interacts with CS:GO, launch with the -untrusted launch option.
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Counter-Strike: Global Offensive will now launch in ‘Trusted Mode’ according to the latest announcement. Valve has already announced that it was testing the beta version of this in its previous announcement. Through the ‘Trusted launch’, Valve plans to take its fight against the hackers to the next level.
‘Trusted Mode’ will not allow 3rd-party files to run with the game. It will detect an unauthorized file and display a warning. Furthermore, the player will be banned from VAC-enabled servers. This will also temporarily affect the player’s trust score.
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Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Trusted mode
In their latest announcement on the website, they said
[Trusted Mode]– Players now launch CS:GO in Trusted mode by default
— While in Trusted mode, third party software will be blocked from interacting with CS:GO
— To allow third party software to interact with CS:GO, you can start the game with the -untrusted launch option. Note that in this case your Trust score may be negatively affected.
— A backwards compatibility label “220.127.116.11” is temporarily available for players experiencing difficulty launching the latest version of the game.
– If you are a third party developer, all of your DLLs that interact with CS:GO must be digitally signed.
— If your customers would like to use third party software that is not digitally signed, they can start the game with the -insecure launch option. Note that they will not be able to join VAC servers with this option.
Launching the game in trusted mode is the way forward. Yet, Valve gives you the option to not launch it with the ’insecure’ option. But, this will affect your trust factor.
Counter-Strike is a game that has been forever plagued by cheaters and hackers. It is extremely easy for anyone to download a 3rd party software that allows them to use wallhacks, spin bots, aim hacks, etc. There have been numerous instances where pros were caught using hacks in official tournaments and were banned. Not only does it look bad on the part of that particular player but also on the game and its makers.
Valve’s decision to launch ‘trusted mode’ is to ensure that the game bans such cheaters/hackers to maintain the standard of gameplay.