[HackerNews] New BloodyStealer Trojan Steals Gamers’ Epic Games and Steam Accounts

A new advanced trojan sold on Russian-speaking underground forums comes with capabilities to steal users’ accounts on popular online video game distribution services, including Steam, Epic Games Store, and EA Origin, underscoring a growing threat to the lucrative gaming market.
Cybersecurity firm Kaspersky, which coined the malware “BloodyStealer,” said it first detected the malicious tool in

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