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Sept. 14, 2022, 12:23 a.m. | Duncan Riley

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Users of Valve Corp.’s popular gaming service Steam are being targeted by hackers using novel browser-in-the-browser attacks. BitB attacks, which first emerged in March, involve the use of a simulated login window with a spoofed domain within a parent browser window to steal credentials. As detailed today by researchers at Group-IB Global Pvt. Ltd., Steam users […]

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