New BloodyStealer malware steals data from gamers on EA, Epic, Stream

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The BloodyStealer malware is being sold on Russian hacking forums while its capabilities include stealing gaming logs, login credentials, and much more.

On Monday 27th, the IT security researchers at Kaspersky Labs reported a new malware whose prime target is users on gaming platforms like Steam, Epic Games Store, and EA Origin, among others.

BloodyStealer malware

Dubbed BloodyStealer by researchers; the malware is capable of stealing game-related logs, login credentials, and other data from a targeted device.

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The researchers found that the malware also can steal credit card numbers, passwords, forms, and data stored in cookies, in addition to taking screenshots and other activities, relying on an “efficient anti-detection technique.”

New BloodyStealer malware steals data from gamers on EA, Epic, Stream

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