Everyone knew they were coming and they finally did. Ladies and gentlemen, say hello to Workshop thieves! So, here we have some serious prick called Пейн Cipher, the first and probably not the last one who started releasing mods from Saints Row Mods and claiming them as his own. Moreover, he probably gets them from Saints Row IV section on playground.ru, well-known for uploading mods without credits nor permissions - he uploaded an extremely obsolete version of my Expanded Arsenal Mod, yet when it was called New Weapons Mod (my original mod, his stolen version, playground link). So far he also stole BadMadScientist's Non-Glitching City (original, stolen, playground) and yensid's Dark Rain (original, stolen, playground). With no credits, obviously. Fun facts: these VPP_PC packages also contain some Readme files and this weather mod "of his" also includes preload_anim! Yes, a VPP_PC package within another VPP_PC package, what a great shot! There's also one other guy releasing mods from this site on Workshop but I won't be mentioning him as he actually credited rightful creators. I highly doubt if he actually asked them for permission though. All of this leads us to a question: What should we do to prevent people from stealing our mods and releasing them without permission or even a credit? Not everyone is able to track Workshop all the time to look for such cases to report them. And most of people who download mods from Workshop don't even know they're stolen, they haven't heard of Saints Row Mods or maybe heard of it just briefly. Also, is it right to release someone's mods without permission, even if there is a credit?