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BloodyStealer 'advanced' trojan steals gaming platform accounts


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On Monday, Kaspersky researchers detailed a new "advanced" trojan called "BloodyStealer" that targets users' gaming accounts. The trojan can scrape data from PCs, including passwords, cookies, bank card details, screenshots, and more. It can also steal client sessions from Bethesda, Epic Games, GOG, EA Origin, Steam, Telegram, and VimeWorld. Kaspersky found the malware back in March in an ad on an underground forum.


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4 hours ago, PCSarge said:

this is what 2FA and steamguard are for

Indeed. I think all my accounts...for everything has 2FA enabled.


Remember you can also enable 2FA for EHW 🙂

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