A new virus to steal accounts of popular online gaming platforms

A new virus to steal accounts of popular online gaming platforms
A new virus to steal accounts of popular online gaming platforms

Kaspersky researchers have discovered an advanced trojan, named BloodyStealer، Steam AndEpic Games Store AndEA Origin.

وي .تي BloodyStealer With features to avoid analysis and detection, a low subscription price, and some interesting capabilities, it is a prime example of the kind of threats faced by online gamers. The latest Kaspersky Threat Report on gaming details this Trojan and provides an overview of stolen gaming products sold on the dark web.

The latest Kaspersky research shows that there is a demand for products available within games and gaming accounts on the dark web. Login data, including login names and passwords for stolen game accounts, can be sold on popular platforms such as Steam AndOrigin AndUbisoft AndEpicGames As cheap as $14.2 per thousand accounts when sold in bulk, and 1-30% of account value when sold individually. These stolen accounts do not come from accidental data leaks, but rather as a result of organized campaigns carried out by cybercriminals using malicious software such as BloodyStealer.

ويّعدّ BloodyStealer A theft Trojan capable of collecting different types of data, such as cookies, passwords, forms, and bank cards, from browsers, screenshots, login memory, and application sessions. These gaming platforms include: EpicGames AndOrigin AndSteam Specifically.

Kaspersky researchers first discovered this malware in March, and found that it can evade detection and prevent reverse engineering and analysis targeting malware in general. The software is sold on secret forums for an attractive price of less than $10 for a month’s subscription or $40 for a lifetime subscription.

This malware stands out to researchers over the others because of the many anti-analysis techniques used to complicate reverse engineering and analysis procedures, which include the use of packaging tools and anti-debugging methods. Customers purchasing samples of this software can protect their sample with their preferred filler or use it in another multi-stage hit chain. Kaspersky experts discovered attacks launched using BloodyStealer in Europe, Latin America and the Asia Pacific region.

 
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