On Wednesday, Valve introduced a new "trade hold" system that should prevent scammers from stealing items from Steam users' hijacked account, or at least minimize the occurrence of such incidents.
Account details of some 600 Electronic Arts (EA) customers have apparently been leaked on Pastebin.
83 percent believe game developers should be responsible for securing playersí personal data, however fewer than 40 percent said they feel confident in current safeguards, according to PlayFab.
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 countryís critical software.
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