if you're frequently using hacks on an account, and are using a hack currently that is a day old, its more than likely the VAC you received is from a previously used hack. Valve doesn't always ban people the second it detects the hack. Could be instant, could be a month. They specifically stated this in their EULA.
It's likely still UD, as it only came out about 24 hours ago. Give it another 24 hours, then delete it if you're trying to be safe.
NEVER use hacks on your main account, especially if you have skins. There is always risk using public hacks. If you're trying to hack all the time on a long term account, you'll want to learn how to code your own. Otherwise, just stock up on copies of CSGO, and only use hacks that are less than 3 days old from release date. And hope the publishers don't post their public hacks all over the place lol..
There are many things that weigh into how long a hack stays UD, one of the more up front is how many people use it. Naturally the depth of the language used to code helps a lot, and always. ALWAYS compile. If you dont know what compiling is, google is your friend
Last edited by mbeaver549; 01-30-2016 at 09:25 PM.