EAC: Easy Anti-Cheat

EAC: Easy Anti-Cheat


What is EAC all about?

Easy Anti-Cheat, also simply known as EAC, is an anti-cheat developed for use in multiplayer games. The program started development in 2006 as server hosters in games like Counter-Strike, Team Fortress 2, CS: Condition Zero, CS: GO, and CS: Source.

Magica: Wizards Wars, War of Vikings, War of the Roses, and Rust are few other games it supports.

Where does EAC work?

As of now, it only supports Windows OS. Linux will follow as the demand for EAC increases. It also started keeping the SteamOS.

How does Easy Anti-Cheat work?

EAC's primary focus is the system drivers. It begins with removing handle permissions that target the game being protected. As with every anti-cheat, EAC also has automated game data analysis to monitor player statistics and tendencies.

How does one bypass Easy Anti-Cheat?

EAC can be bypassed with standard methods such as lsass.exe and driver-based programs. Although EAC targets the drivers, the only way to counter this is to bypass drivers. The anti-cheat can only do as much in preventing unwanted third-party programs from accessing the game. EAC will then provide layers of protection that a coder must prevent as well to be successful.

The lsass.exe method is about the program handles. Lssas.exe is an essential and integral part of the Windows OS. Terminating and removing this program can lead to computer crashes. It holds all the handles necessary to keep the Windows OS running.

These steps may not work currently, but this can start for anyone who wants to bypass. Similar methods are welcome as you have to be resourceful in finding ways to defeat the anti-cheat system. Remember that not every anti-cheat is not bypassable. With an adequate level of coding understanding, it will just get more comfortable.

What games are supported by EAC?

  • 7 Days to Die
  • Absolver
  • Albion Online
  • Apex Legends
  • Ar:piel
  • Ashes of Creation
  • Audition
  • Audition Next Level
  • Battalion 1944
  • Battlefleet Gothic: Armada 2
  • Black Clover: Quartet Knights
  • Block N Load
  • Cabal Online
  • CardLife
  • CityBattle Virtual Earth
  • Combat Arms
  • Combat Arms: Line of Sight
  • Crossout
  • Cuisine Royale
  • Darkfall: Rise of Agon
  • Darwin Project
  • Days of War
  • Dead by Daylight
  • Death Field: The Battle Royale of Disaster
  • Dirty Bomb
  • Dragon Ball Fighter Z
  • Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2
  • Dragonica: Lavalon Awakens
  • Dreadnought
  • Dying Light: Bad Blood
  • Empyrion
  • Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout
  • Far Cry 5
  • Fear the Wolves
  • Flyff Online
  • For Honor
  • Fortnite Battle Royale
  • Fractured Lands
  • Friday the 13th
  • Gigantic
  • Hide & Hold Out Yes
  • Hunt: Showdown
  • Hurtworld
  • Infestation: Survivor Stories
  • Infestation: World
  • Insurgency: Sandstorm Planned
  • Intershelter
  • Intruder
  • iRacing
  • Ironsight
  • Jump Force
  • Last Year
  • Lifeless
  • Luna
  • Magicka: Wizard Wars
  • Memories of Mars
  • Miscreated
  • Naruto To Boruto: Shinobi Striker
  • New GUNDAM Breaker
  • New World
  • Next Day
  • Offensive Combat: Redux!
  • Onward VR
  • Paladins
  • Post Scriptum
  • Qanga
  • Ragnarok
  • Realm Royale
  • Reign of Kings
  • Rend
  • RF Online
  • Rising Storm 2: Vietnam
  • Robocraft
  • Robocraft Royale
  • Rockshot
  • Rust
  • S4 League
  • SCUM
  • Sky Noon
  • Smite
  • Spellbreak
  • Squad
  • Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet
  • Tales Runner - Asiasoft TH
  • The Culling
  • Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands
  • Tom Clancy's The Division 2
  • Total War: Arena
  • Trials Rising
  • War of the Roses
  • War of the Vikings
  • War Rock
  • Warface
  • Warhammer 40,000: Eternal Crusade
  • Warhammer: Vermintide 2
  • Watch Dogs 2
  • World War 3
  • Worlds Adrift
  • XERA: Survival
  • Yulgang TH

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