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Activision’s eternal war against Call of Duty cheat-makers and hackers continues to rage, with a July 28 ban wave claiming another 14,000 accounts as the publisher steps up its game security.

In this particular instance, cheat-makers and software hosts were the targets of the ban wave, according to a recent tweet from CODUpdates. This appears to be corroborated by sources indicating users of popular cheating services InterWebz and EngineOwning were logging on to find their accounts locked for good.

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