Riot's new shooter Allowed has engaged many people recently with what seemed like a heavy way to prevent cheating. A new update to the game will make that easier for players to manage.
In a leading Reddit post “While we normally do not plan to make changes to Vanguard
The biggest change is worrying the biggest player, that Vanguard has been and so on it works in the background on your system, even if you're playing Allowed or not. Players will now be able to disable Vanguard at any time, on the premise that you can't play the game without it, and that when you uninstall it (it's now easier to do with the new system tray icon) it will also be added to the second game winner.
There is also an explanation why sometimes Vanguard doesn't play well with software already installed on your PC, while emphasizing "Most players will never be in this situation".
These changes have been made “as of today”.