That’s true, but apparently it’s supposed to be very difficult to setup.
The documentation is 11 pages long, and it’s a rough documentation.
HAC was meant for HeX’s server, not as some addon to release publicly, until he decided to do so. But this was years into the development of it. Essentially, most people, most coders, would not be able to set it up successfully.
You would need to know Lua and C++ to do this, because it has C++ modules in the code.
You would also need to recompile these compiled modules or .dlls to work with your OS because HeX’s server ran on an old OS.
I could be wrong about all of this, I have talked to HeX about a lot of this, so I am fairly certain what I say is correct. If I’m wrong, somebody please correct me. I’d rather be wrong on this than right.
[editline]9th August 2014[/editline]
A lot of the mailicious code has already been taken care of by whoever updates Gmod now (forgot his name, and I don’t remember if it’s still Garry).
I was also talking to HeX about this.
One of the most recent Gmod updates was to essentially fix what HeX was able to do.
He was able to do these things to hackers :
-Unbind all their keys
-Rebind them to weird and annoying things. For example, whenever you would Press Q , it would automatically connect you to his server.
-Upload these new binds to the Steam Cloud.
-Remove all of your friends on Steam.
-Shut off your computer.
That is what he told me if I recall correctly. Correct me if I’m wrong please.
But a recent Gmod update prevents HeX or anybody from using his methods to do anything I mentioned above. So I wouldn’t worry about that.