Fortnite Cheaters Hit by Malware | TWiT Bits

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At least 78,000 Fortnite players have been infected by malware that hijacks encrypted Web sessions so it can inject fraudulent ads into every website a user visits. For the full episode, visit twit.tv/sn/671 Hosts: Steve Gibson and Leo Laporte Bandwidth for TWiT Bits is provided by CacheFly.

I know I've heard you talk about fort night a lot made by the amount of money that those guys make for a game that they give away for free. Predictably there would be. Add on's a move seen this with all games which achieved you know stardom and fame which are cheats of various sorts it's a big problem in multi player online games because you if you're playing if somebody cheats against you that really sucks yeah yeah and it is just know it's technology which is prone to manipulation right so there is a service known as rain way which is it's sort of similar to PlayStation now it's it's recently out of beta earlier this year if it's a video game streaming service that allows users to run games on their PC and play them on devices over ...

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