I've been asking about this, but I heard it had some issues working online.
Right on Code, you know the features this app has would compliment Kant's app Ambiguous extremely well.
He's done an amazing job on it; one of the ideas we approached was making a super app that could expand the game in many ways allowing for Real Time Editing, perhaps new game-types, spawn-able/moveable objects, server features and so forth. Basically a tool that does it all, a Swiss Army Knife geared towards H2V expansion rather then just hacking. So yeah, Kant is off to a great start with Ambiguous...I think he said it was you that taught him some coding skills awhile back.
The only people that should be running the Anti-Cheat are people that have been caught cheating or are suspected of it and are now trying to prove that they are playing legit. Thats why they do not want to run it; they don't want to get caught using a mod or hack application in a public server and then be banned again. The average player who does not hack has no reason to use it, therefore this scenario you describe where they are afraid of it is not very accurate.
He never put anything malicious in his code, they have been misinformed you and really you should never trust what they say.
Now, someone else has modified some of his released/leaked code, but that is not Johnny's responsibility, as you said he is long gone from the Halo community.
My point about trust was not that I do not want to give trust; its that it makes it harder for me to acquire said source files.
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