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2K Games Hacked To Send Malwares To Gamers

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After confirming that its support account had been compromised, video game publisher 2K has warned the public not to open any emails. 

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The official 2K Support Twitter account stated they had discovered that an unauthorised third party 

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Had illegally accessed one of our vendors' credentials to the help desk platform 2K uses for customer support.

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Bleeping Computer shared images of phishing emails sent to 2K customers yesterday, and news of the security breach was made public. 

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These emails were in the form of an unsolicited support ticket.

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The recipients opened the message and were sent a second email asking them to download the "new 2K games launcher". 

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Bleeping Computer discovered that the executable contained malware to steal passwords stored on the target's browser.

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2K recommends that anyone who clicks on the link in an email should immediately change their passwords, enable two-factor authentication 

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Wherever possible, install anti-virus software, and verify that their forwarding settings have not been modified.

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