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Red Dead Online - Hackers in the form of double-headed skeletons terrify players

Hackers are a scourge, and it's a fact. In fact, very often they manage to ruin the experience of hundreds of poor players who just wanted to spend some time online. However, I don't think I would be ...

WWE 2K20, hard hacker attack on the game's social page

The problems for the 2K and the videogame brand of the WWE never seem to end. During this night, in fact, a group of hackers took possession of the official social game page ...
Microsoft

Microsoft and The Talent Institute together to train growth hackers

The Talent Institute - the "digital talent factory" of Startupbootcamp, one of the world's largest startup acceleration networks, announced today a partnership with Microsoft for the formation of the so-called Growth ...

A Origin vulnerability could have given hackers the green light

Until recently, the Electronic Arts Origin platform had a security vulnerability that could be used by hackers. Researchers who spoke with TechCrunch talked about the exploit, explaining that the error ...

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice - Hacker discovers a cut dialogue and an alternative system ...

Repeatedly dying in Sekiro brings the characters we meet to fall ill with a mysterious disease, the Dragon's Sick. During the game, it is possible to cure this mysterious illness of each character through recovery amulets ...
World of Warcraft

A hacker was sentenced to one year in prison for a DDoS attack ...

Calin Mateias is a Romanian player from World of Warcraft, as well as a hacker, known by the alias of Dr Mengele. Mateias was accused of conducting multiple DDoS attacks against European servers ...
Overwatch

Overwatch, Korean hackers arrested and fined for thousands of dollars

The new South Korean law that targets those who hack online games, which took effect last June, has begun to hit. Earlier this year they were arrested ...

Piracy is a crime?

Software piracy represents, in our age, a gigantic problem that involves risks both for the society, somehow "robbed" and for the users themselves. Piracy refers to all those illegal activities ...

Marvel's Avengers, revealed the final boss from the achievement list

You know, one of the most important rules for a good player is not to check the achievement list before completing ...

Catherine: Full Body could arrive on Nintendo Switch

Catherine: Full Body, the Persona 5: The Royale-style reissue of the Atlus puzzle title released last September 2019, could return in the next ...

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