Should you have hosted a game with other human players and used the trainer is abusing our trainer as we consider this as online multiplayer cheating. - But only, if you did this.
The trainer is for private matches with bots only.
OK, no I never used the trainer while playing with another person, only ever with bots. Oh well it is a shame that people were doing this but it can't be helped, you guys can only make the trainer, not police how people use them. Hopefully you figure a way past the EAC again sometime soon
The problem is, they've said that unless a mod is "whitelisted", then it will disable XP and loot boxes while active. Basically to stop people making "easy mode" mods that would let them easily grind stuff.
Likely the only mods that will let you still earn stuff will be interface and graphical ones. Or potentially something that makes the game even harder.
As for the Fatshark devs making an account here to get the trainer themselves, I wouldn't put it past them. I know of various devs for online games who have done such (even quite a few for single player games).
But there were definitely MANY people who were stupid and using the trainer online and ruining it for everyone. People on the Steam forums were constantly complaining about cheaters running around using their special infinitely or the team not being able to take damage.
Honestly, I can't understand why anyone would be that stupid unless they WANT the trainer to fail.
[Edited by LordBlade, 4/11/2018 12:14:14 PM]
It won't matter if there are 5 million update reports. The trainer is as-is and we can't defeat their new anti-cheat measures without "cracking" their own rootkit virus known as EAC.
However, we have heard that you can roll the game back to the previous update and use the previous trainer and it works just fine. Google it.