Computer and online gaming is big business for companies creating the games, but a considerable drain on the finances of gamers, so it should not come as a surprise that many of the latter decide against buying games and add-ons, choosing instead to download cracked games, keygens, patches and more from torrent or file-sharing sites.
Players of The War Z, a first-person zombie survival game, have been notified of a breach of the developer's (Hammerpoint Interactive) forum and game databases and the theft of user data contained in them.
In a world filled with laptops, tablets and smartphones, today’s children become digitally fluent far earlier than previous generations.
Android users are once again in danger of getting their information collected and being hit by an unending stream of spam and unwelcome offers just because they searched for popular games on Google Play and made the mistake of downloading bogus apps.
Online gamers are often targeted with phishing schemes set up by crooks who are after users' in-game items and money, and the latest one to be spotted is aimed at Steam users.