- Your second question was properly closed as duplicate of your first question. While the wording is different, the end effect of that difference is that the second question isn't even a question at all. If there actually was a question there, it would have largely been the same as the first question, and therefore a duplicate.
- Users are not obligated to explain their reasons for downvoting a question, but in this case, I think it's fairly safe to say that it's because the question looked like it was asking how to circumvent anti-cheating mechanisms. That's a big no-no within this community. The reason the second question got more downvotes is because it's a duplicate question before the first was even closed. That's really bad within our community, as it shows that you don't want to follow the rules and standards for our community. I mean, it probably would have been just as downvoted if you had asked after the first question was closed, but doing so before shows a kind of arrogance that's not welcome here.
But to sum up, if you don't want to cheat, then don't cheat! Cheating, especially on a game like CS:GO is an active decision. If you do want to cheat, then you're not welcome here.