LAST UPDATED October 5, 2019
In an effort to combat the efforts of those individuals who are willing to violate the EULA, Arctium utilizes an 'anti-cheating' utility that runs as part of Arctium products and services. This 'anti-cheating' utility performs limited scans of:
- the Random Access Memory ('RAM') that is occupied by a Arctium product to confirm that the Arctium products program has not been altered or 'hacked' in violation of the EULA;
- the Arctium products 'process' to determine if any unauthorized third-party programs or computer code has been attached to the Arctium products process;
- the Windows Process List to determine if any confirmed hacking, botting or cheating programs are presently open in violation of the EULA
- the Windows Handles list to see which processes have a handle to the Arctium products 'process'. Additional information obtained from RAM and/or disc for the processes that have a handle to the Arctium products 'process' will be used to determine if it is a confirmed hacking, botting or cheating program in violation of the EULA.
The information that is obtained from this activity is communicated to Arctium, who uses it solely to determine if the computer that a user is using to log on or to use Arctium services and prodcuts has any unauthorized third-party programs, such as 'hacks', 'bots', or 'cheats' that violate the EULA and is not used for any marketing purposes, and will never be sold, leased, or otherwise transferred to any third party (except as required for judicial action).
In the event that Arctium detects an unauthorized third-party program, Arctium may in its sole determination:
- communicate information back to Arctium, including without limitation your Arctium services account name, details about the unauthorized third party program(s) detected, and the time and date the unauthorized third party program was detected; and/or
- exercise any or all of its rights under the EULA, with or without prior notice to you.