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.
Scammers are once again misusing the gaming platfrom Steam's chat feature to spread malware, Malwarebytes warns.
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Twitch, the popular Amazon-owned game streaming service, has apparently suffered a breach that might have resulted in the compromise of users' personal information and password.
A new piece of ransomware that (mis)uses the Cryptolocker "brand" has been analyzed by Bromium researchers, and they discovered that aside from the usual assortment of file types that ransomware usually targets, this variant also encrypts file types associated with video games and game related software.
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