A huge gaping hole that allowed attackers to hijack Steam accounts has been discovered, exploited last week, and finally closed by Valve Corp.
There's now a game where sophisticated gamers can help improve security of the country’s critical software.
Gamers who choose to play Grand Theft Auto V (GTA 5) on their PC should be carefull not to install two game mods that have been found to be bundled with malware.
Gaming corporation Valve is trying to make spammers' and phishers' lives more difficult and, consequently, their own users' gaming experience more pleasant and safer by limiting the things account owners can do until they have spent a set amount of money.
Aside from being regularly targeted with phishing scams, fake giveaways leading to online surveys, and having malware pushed on them via Steam chat, gamers using the popular gaming platform are now also in danger of downloading malicious software masquerading as legitimate games from specially set-up Steam game pages.
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