New malware steals Steam, Epic Games Store, and EA Origin accounts | Bleeping Computer

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Threat actors are using computer viruses marketed on dark websites to hijack accounts for several gaming platforms, including Steam, Epic Games Store, and EA Origin. BloodyStealer is a new trojan discovered by Kaspersky security researchers in March that is capable of gathering and acquiring a huge spectrum of confidential material, including cookies, credentials, bank cards, and transactions from numerous applications. This malware is specifically designed to target gaming platforms such as Steam, Epic Games, EA Origin, GOG Galaxy, and others in order to capture accounts for its operators, who then sell them on underground marketplaces. 



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