Call of Duty: Warzone have a problem with cheats and cheats practically since its launch, something that brings head to Activision and those closest to him, who from time to time carry out a wave of massive bans: the last of 13,000 accounts, last month another of 60,000 users Still, players continue to download software cheat for online games, something that Activision has warned today that can bring more problems than the loss of the account: has been detected malware hidden in a several hacks for Call of Duty: Warzone.
Activision has published a report titled Cheating Cheaters: Malware Delivered as Call of Duty Cheats in which it focuses on Cod Dropper v0.1, software that allows cheating in the battle royale free by activating certain unfair advantages, such as the famous aimbot that allows you to automatically target your opponents, the wallhack It allows you to see through walls and other traps such as having infinite ammo, killing with one shot, or jumping higher.
Traps that don’t work and infected computer
Install this hack is not recommended, not only because it may lead to the loss of the Call of Duty: Warzone, but because it is very likely that the computer will end up infected with software malicious without even receiving the unfair benefits in return: those responsible for distributing these types of programs take advantage of users disabling their antivirus to install cheats and include malware at installation, granting them direct access to their victims’ computers.
Finally, the cheats do not work in the game and the PC is infected by strangers who have the freedom to monitor their use, see our data and modify any aspect. It goes without saying that it is not recommended to use this type of cheat, either because it is unfair to other users or because it can endanger your computer.
Call of Duty: Warzone is available on both PC and PS5, Xbox Series X / S, PS4 and Xbox One. You can read our analysis here and see our guide here.