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  • Security Researchers Find '39 Percent' of Counter-Strike 1.6 Servers Used to Spread Malware


    This week, security researchers from Russia's Dr.Web (PDF), filed a report saying that roughly 39% of Counter-Strike 1.6 servers were used to spread malware to users. The report, filed on Monday, found that these malicious servers exploited a remote code execution (RCE) flaw in the game client to spread a new malware variant called Belonard.

    These servers were nothing more than proxy servers set up to display low pings, enticing players to try to connect to them. When players connected to those servers, they were redirected to the malicious servers that had one of four different...
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  • Bethesda Support System is Leaking Customers' Personal Information

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    Bethesda Support System is Leaking Customers' Personal Information

    There is a saying that goes, "when it rains, it pours." In Bethesda's case, it has been a full on monsoon for the past couple of weeks. You already know about the whole issue with the canvas bag. That's the "been there, done that" issue. This week, it's time for the new hotness! A Reddit user has claimed that they are receiving Bethesda support tickets to his Bethesda account.

    This all actually began when Bethesda instructed upset Fallout 76: Power Armor Edition customers to contact their support site in order to receive the canvas bags they were promised. Some customers, after having submitted their own ticket, say that they have received the information...
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  • PSA: Some EA Accounts May Have Been Compromised

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    PSA: Some EA Accounts May Have Been Compromised

    A Pastebin that reportedly contained various EA Origin accounts was spread online yesterday. According to CSO Online, the file reportedly contains information for "hundreds" of compromised Origin accounts including usernames and passwords. That's the bad news here. The good news is that it seems to be contained only to users who have accounts beginning with the letters A through F. Of course, that could just mean that whomever stole this information are holding onto the remaining G-Z accounts for a rainy day. Sam Houston, Origin's former Community Manager suggested that the data dump was created after an intentional hack into EA's databases. ...
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  • PSA: Some EA Accounts May Have Been Compromised

    A Pastebin that reportedly contained various EA Origin accounts was spread online yesterday. According to CSO Online, the file reportedly contains...
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  • PSA: Change Your Twitch Passwords Immediately

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    PSA: Change Your Twitch Passwords Immediately

    Twitch sent out a special notice a few moments ago indicating that there may have been "unauthorized access to some Twitch user account information."
    We are writing to let you know that there may have been unauthorized access to some Twitch user account information. For your protection, we have expired passwords and stream keys and have disconnected accounts from Twitter and YouTube. As a result, you will be prompted to create a new password the next time you attempt to log into your Twitch account. We also recommend that you change your password at any website where you use the same or a similar password. We will commu
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  • PSA: Change Your Twitch Passwords Immediately

    Twitch sent out a special notice a few moments ago indicating that there may have been "unauthorized access to some Twitch user account information."...
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  • Lizard Squad's Pay-to-DDoS Service Hacked - Account Details Stored in Plain Text

    Hot on the heels of the news of the recent arrest of an individual possibly tied to script kiddie group, Lizard Squad, comes word that their pay-to-DDoS service was illegally accessed by third party sources. For those unaware, Lizard Squad tried to be savvy business people after the success of pressing a button or two to bring down PSN, Xbox Live, and send threats to SOE's John Smedley. They set up a site, LizardStressor, that would allow people to coordinate similar attacks and sell subscriptions to its DDoS service. "Unfortunately" for them and their clients, an outside group managed to gain access to the LizardStressor customer da...
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  • Lizard Squad's Pay-to-DDoS Service Hacked - Account Details Stored in Plain Text

    Hot on the heels of the news of the recent arrest of an individual possibly tied to script kiddie group, Lizard Squad, comes word that their pay-to-DDoS...
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