MORKEye is primarily a Call of Duty chat monitoring tool. However Unlike some other chat monitoring tools MORKEye can monitor ALL forms of in-game chat from normal chatter to key bind messages to drop-down console '/say' messages.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
Description: MORKEye is primarily a chat monitoring tool. However Unlike some other chat monitoring tools MORKEye can monitor ALL forms of in-game chat from normal chatter to key bind messages to drop-down console '/say' messages. MORKEye checks everything that is said and uses both direct matching and heuristic scanning to pick up on racist comments or just plain old swearing. This is done using a combination of a list of bad words, a natural language filter and a severity system to determine what is offensive (and just as importantly what is not) and also what should be done about it (warn or kick).
MORKEye can also check for console spamming and specific key binds and can punish people for such things as binding their firing key to the mouse wheel or binding a key to execute scripts such as aimbots etc.... All are dealt with by MORKEye (although this is NOT it's primary role).
Like all chat monitoring software MORKEye could make a mistake therefore unlike other chat monitors MORKEye will never ban a player for a violation, however you can kick for very long periods, and as with ALL chat monitoring programs there is an inherent delay between what is said and what is reported and therefore ALL chat monitors are prone to players quickly changing name causing the wrong player to be punished. MORKEye combats this through a two-pronged attack whilst monitoring for duplicate names & guid's.
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