View Full Version : Stop-Cheats.com (Sign the Petition!)

02-01-2009, 08:49 AM
http://www.stop-cheats.com/images/banner.jpg (http://www.stop-cheats.com)

Dear visitors and members of HackHunters,

We of Admin Request Networks have opened a petition for all us gamers that are fed up of cheaters in online multiplayer games. The goal of our petition is to get more political attention so we can finnaly take the steps that are necessary to trace the real source behind these cheats "the websites and developers of cheats" and bring them to justice.

But we need your help to get this to work, please sign our petition at stop-cheats.com (http://www.stop-cheats.com) and support our efforts.

We are also looking for supporting organisations that support the same goals as we do.
Please leave us a message trough e-mail and get your website noted on our page under "Supporters" and support our efforts.

And don't forget to Sign our Petition! (http://www.stop-cheats.com)


Maikel Doezé,
Chief Executive Officer
Admin Request Networks,
www.adminrequest.com (http://www.adminrequest.com)
The Anti-Cheat Network!

Since the invention of games people have been trying to cheat.
We started with "hide-and-seek", counting to 60 seconds was to long for most of us so
we simply didn't and stopped counting at 20 seconds. Not even mentioning trying to look where everybody went. You might also remember the other kids saying "That's unfair".

Those times have passed on, or didn't they? Truth most be told, as we think they didn't.
We just changed games. Some of us saw the light and felt sorry for the "clean" players.

But some didn't, and that is where our problem starts. As most of us moved on to online games so did the cheating. Our games are being flooded with cheats created by hackers
and even complete commercial companies that have been set up with one goal only: 'creating cheats'. They have no fear for justice. And to be honest, they have nothing to worry about.

Although creating cheats is forbidden by the well known copyright act nobody seems to care about the fact that it's illegal to create or even publish cheats.

With this act game developers/publishers could start a law suite for every cheat website around. Problem is, this would take an immense amount of time and money.

Stop-Cheats.com was founded for this reason only, our goal is to create a discussion and go even further. We will be offering this petition to multiple official organizations and governments with a proposal that we have set up to stop cheats developers in there tracks.

Support our efforts, Sign the petition now!

02-01-2009, 08:44 PM
The link verification didn't work... there was no link to click.

Once you've got it working, I will post your banner in our News fader for everyone to see.

great idea. GreenBean.

02-01-2009, 09:10 PM
Ill look into that, bit strange though. I might just remove that part of the code :)


Looke like the e-mail you should get ends up inside the spambox :P might be a server side problem, I will look inside the problem asap (and might update the website a bit) thanks for your bug report.

02-02-2009, 11:11 AM

i certainly want my vote to count ;)

I think it works....

I want a couple others to use it and let me know they were able to see their own signature on the petition. Post here after you've voted.

Here's our banner ready for posting:
http://www.hackhunters.com//z_featured_ac/petition2.gif (http://www.stop-cheats.com/)

http://www.hackhunters.com//z_featured_ac/petition2.gif (http://www.stop-cheats.com/)

we resized it to fit our format and made sure people knew to click it...

Posted on this site and on our xfire site.

I encourage everyone to sign. You don't have to use your last name, or just put an initial there if you like.


02-03-2009, 07:06 AM
That's great bean, thanks for your help mate, greatly appreciated :) !

05-13-2009, 08:15 PM

every gamer should do this, it's easy, only takes a second and will show game publishers and developers gamers want change. Do it now!

p l e a s e


07-05-2009, 02:08 PM
For people whom are on Facebook and don't want to sign the petition but support the initiative anyway, there is now a Facebook group.

Stop Cheats Facebook Group (http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=814386029&ref=profile#/group.php?gid=100514875837&ref=mf)

Feel free to join. Thanks.

Cheers :) .

08-01-2009, 02:00 PM
It's switching DNS servers, thats why you see the backend server.
It should be sorted within 48 hours.

08-03-2009, 04:50 PM
All went fine and our new setup is running fine again ;)

08-03-2009, 05:41 PM
looking great.

i have to ask is there a way to add something unique like an IP to the individual signature, otherwise some of them look made up, like 'asdasd'

I think adding some identifier would make every signature count and add credibility to the petition. When you get another 800 with the identifier and one compares the strange nature of many of the names, it'll make the first 800+ look legitimate. Just a thought.

08-03-2009, 08:35 PM
In the backend it has a active & inactive stage depending on if the user click the link in the e-mail.

But the whole petition system has been rebuild now and will moved over to the new website soon enough.