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.
What should have been a relaxing and afternoon in the virtual world of Azeroth turned to a veritable bloodbath as unknown hackers used a still unknown exploit to kill off characters left and right in a number of the world's major cities / servers.
A rather clever phishing scheme targeting Italian gamers has recently been spotted by Symantec researchers.
As Bethesda Software was preparing to release Skyrim, the latest installment of its mega popular Elder Scrolls series, news that the forum of Steam, the online platform/distibution network of Valve Corporation, have been defaced and possibly breached has made gamers anxious.
Since the third installment of the popular Diablo game franchise has been announced in 2008, fans all over the world have been impatiently waiting for it to become available.
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