Rockstar Games and its parent company Take-Two Interactive have successfully applied for search and seizure orders from the Australian federal court regarding alleged Grand Theft Auto 5 scammers, Torrent Freak (via the BBC) reports. Two homes in Melbourne, Australia, are said to have been manned by five players using the now-offline cheat software & # 39; Infamous & # 39; should have been involved.
As described by Kotaku Australia, & # 39; Infamous & # 39; when active, cost around $ 40 USD and granted users access to a cheat menu that unlocks unlimited amounts of cash in Grand Theft Auto Online , Weapons, items and health can be generated in the game. In addition, players can teleport other players on the same server and kill them immediately.
Torrent Freak reports that the Australian federal court has frozen the assets of the five involved individuals who have not yet defended themselves. Called Christopher Anderson, Cyrus Lesser, Sfinktah, Koroush Anderson, and Kooroush Jeddian, the five are prevented from creating or using game cheaters, and they are currently prevented from withdrawing money from their frozen accounts ̵
Torrent Freak links to an overview of the various commands and provides the following snapshot of the details of the case.
It is assumed that Rockstar Games and Take-Two Interactive will seek copyright infringement.