Call of Duty Cheat Vendor Apologizes (and Closes?) After Lawsuit

A post on Reddit captures a Discord message from CxCheats after the cheat vendor was sued by Activision for offering Call of Duty cheats (thanks PC Gamer). The website and their Discord have since shut down so the message is no longer available, but it offered an apology for the "pain" they've caused:
As some of you may know, Activision Publishing, Inc has filed a lawsuit against CxCheats.net and has made it clear to us that our services violate their Terms of Use. As a result of our lawsuit with Activision, we have agreed to cease development and support for Call of Duty related products or services sold through the site. These products will not be returning to CxCheats in any form. You should also be aware that using third-party tools in Call of Duty may result in suspension or banning of your account by Activision Publishing, Inc or the games developers. We apologize for any pain we've caused to players of Call of Duty.
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Kxmode wrote on Aug 31, 2020, 22:09:
Verno wrote on Aug 31, 2020, 15:20:
ColoradoHoudini wrote on Aug 31, 2020, 13:29:
Hire them to find the flaws in your system that get exploited by cheaters.

Indeed. This sort of cat and mouse game is unwinnable, there is way too much financial incentive and many of the hacks are from poor countries or countries with governments that give zero fucks about our IP law like Russia/China. The money is better spent on preventative measures rather than reactive litigation.

That's not how EA sees it.

Well, this was Activision, or were you referring to something EA-specific?
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