The Trusted Mode recently debuted inside CS GO and it looks quite promising so far. Wondering what actually is Trusted Mode and how to turn it off? Here is a guide.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CSGO) – How to turn off Trusted Mode
What is Trusted Mode in CS GO?
Here are some important points from the side of Valve that will help you understand Trusted Mode:
- Players now launch CS:GO in Trusted mode by default.
- While in Trusted mode, third party software will be blocked from interacting with CS:GO.
A backwards compatibility label “184.108.40.206” is temporarily available for players experiencing difficulty launching the latest version of the game.
If you are a third party developer, all of your DLLs that interact with CS:GO must be digitally signed.
If your customers would like to use third party software that is not digitally signed, they can start the game with the -insecure launch option. Note that they will not be able to join VAC servers with this option.
Here are the patch notes of the July 8, 2020 update:
How to turn it off?
[Note: Turning off Trusted Mode will negatively affect your Trust score.]
To allow third party software to interact with CS:GO, you can start the game with the -untrusted launch option.
- Launch Steam
- Go to you Library
- Right click on Counter-Strike : Global Offensive
- Select Properties
- Under the General tab click on Set Launch Options
- Now just add -untrusted in the box
- Restart Steam once
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