The following review written by one of the Software Informer contributors applies to version 6.9
sXe Injected is a client side/server side anti cheat system. Is intended to avoid that any tricky program can be loaded on the Game. It was designed exclusively to work with Half Life 1 engines as Team Fortress Classic, Day of Defeat, Counter strike 1.5 and 1.6, Natural Selection, etc.
It blocks cheats like wall hack, speed hack, alias scripts, aim bots, hooks, ESP, no-recoil, etc.
It has 3 complementary versions: Linux/Win client, Linux server and Windows server, to achieve full protection
It is common that when you try to start sXe Injected, you get an error message. That is due to the fact that when you uninstall an application in which the uninstall process does not eliminate all its drivers; you end up with a lot of drivers loaded and running with no purpose. The solution is to find those drivers and deactivate them. Subscribed drivers can be found with applications like Deep system Explorer (http://www.diamondcs.com.au/dse/), and you can deactivate them with programs like Autoruns (www.sysinternals.com), "Drivers" tab.
* MD5 validations
* Global Message Hooks blocked
* Smoke sprite validation (first step for 16bpp validation)
* HLTV Models compatibility
* Message hooks blocked
* Packer security
* Random applications problems
* Kernel mode validations
* Client authentication status
* Quad-core support
* Mutex validation
* Open on fail (after a crash, you can open it again. Injected will unload previous driver)
* New blocked commands
* Modules validation (v_awp.mdl, v_scout.mdl)
* Running with -a parameter affinity will set to one processor
* STEAM crash on retry or change map