Destiny 2 cheat maker is suing Bungie for hacking its cheat codes

Destiny 2 cheat maker is suing Bungie for hacking its cheat codes

Destiny 2 cheat maker AimJunkies has now countered Bungie as part of the pair’s ongoing legal battle, accusing the developer of hacking a private computer and violating the software’s terms of service by reverse engineering after purchasing it under an alias.

The newly minted trial (opens in a new tab) (hosted via The Game Post (opens in a new tab)) lists several counterclaims filed on behalf of James May, an individual under AimJunkies, and Phoenix Digital, the group’s parent company. The lawsuit alleges that Bungie accessed May’s private computer and files without permission, and that it would have had to in order to obtain the evidence it presented in its own legal filings.

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