Counter Strike firm in credit card hack claim

Thursday, 19 April 2007, 4:00 PM EST

Valve Software, the company behind Counter Strike and Half Life, has been accused of covering up a hack of its servers which allegedly exposed the credit card details of thousands of its customers.

A hacker calling himself MaddoxX has trumpeted details of the claimed break-in on his website, and threatened to publish more credit card information if Valve do not "come with something good".

At The Register.

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