Counter-Strike: Global Offensive’s new anti-cheat system has been introduced in the game’s latest update, but its rollout has been anything but smooth.

Trusted Mode blocks the vast majority of external processes from interacting with the game, requiring players to close any offending programs and restart CS:GO before access will be granted. While trusted mode can be disabled through adding “-untrusted” to the game’s launch options in Steam, doing so will not only prevent you from accessing any VAC-enabled servers, it also reduces your trust factor, which in turn impacts on how matchmaking works.

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