Electronic Arts (EA) was recently the victim of two complex phishing operations. The first prompted users to hand over their Apple ID log-ins and the second stole passwords to EA’s own Origin website.
What unique security challenges to video game websites and players face?
Listen to episode 131 of our Security Slice podcast and hear Craig Young, Lamar Bailey, Tim Erlin and Tyler Reguly discuss why gamers are prone to cross-contaminating their accounts, why video game platforms are such a big target for cybercrime, and why money isn’t the only thing video game hackers’ are after.
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