EqualCheats

Owner & Lead Dev
Project Overview
EqualCheats was a pay-to-access cheat platform I developed. On it, I sold cheats for DayZ, ArmA 2, and ArmA 3. This community-style cheat website used a custom library injector, called a "loader". This loader enabled any paying customer to inject any purchased cheat into their game.
Cheats
The cheats sold on equalcheats were script-based. By replacing the initFunctions value in game, a custom script could be loaded into the game engine. These scripts were some of the most advanced at the time which lead to explosive growth on the platform.
EqualCheats was a brain child of my experience developing cheats for previous pay-to-access websites. I knew I had the development experience to create some truly awesome cheats. I partnered with a few friends and we started small,. We didn't even have a website!

After a few months running a private cheat system, I designed and developed the website, forums, and loader. From here, the website grew rapidly. We were onboarding several hundred new cheaters a day at the peak.

Sadly, the vulnerability used to execute scripts was shortly patched by BattlEye Anticheat. Due to this, I decided to shutdown EqualCheats and move on.
EqualCheats
Owner & Lead Dev
Nov 2013 — May 2014