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New Steam stealer malware sample gets analyzed, points to Australian national

2015/01/05

Softpedia - (International) A researcher discovered 14 active malware samples in 2014 which were used to steal game items from the accounts of Steam users and spread to the list of friends available via chat messages, prompting security researchers to urge users to refrain from running executable files delivered through comments or communication in chat.

Source: http://news.softpedia.com/news/New-Steam-Stealer-Malware-Sample-Gets-Analyzed-Points-to-Australian-National-468902.shtml

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