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Guest posted a topic in Forum Games & Off TopicBecause I'm concerned about the way the internet is going, and probably slightly paranoid about my security, I'm actually using the internet (and posting this) for the first time using a VPN that my computer's permanently connected to (apart from when I'm gaming). Global events over the last few years have prompted me to question the future of the internet as a tool for the furtherment of humanity. It seems that governments and corporations are pushing more and more to exploit the internet for their own gain, and it makes me deeply sad to see this happen. I hate to be depressing, but the internet seems heading towards it's grave, at this rate; or at least the freedom if the internet is. Opinions?
' posted a topic in General DiscussionIn light of "recent" (Its very hard to know when these started) phishing attempts through steam we figured making a little PSA on the topic wouldn't hurt. Now for the actual "new" information http://www.reddit.com/r/Steam/comments/1yw25k/psa_new_phishingscam_technique_on_fake_steam/ The link above covers it in detail, it is a newer phishing attempt centered around a fake steam community website asking you to upload your ssfn* file. Remember that steam will never do something like that, and you can actually see that in the url for this fake page has an "n" between steam and community and an extra "i" in community in the domain name. Picture: As always if you are not sure how to keep your steam or other accounts safe feel free to consult these links: Basic tips from Reddit: http://www.reddit.com/r/Steam/comments/1kht8j/i_feel_that_this_is_really_needed_how_to_protect/ Basic tips from Valve: https://support.steampowered.com/kb_article.php?ref=1266-OAFV-8478 Basic tips from Google: https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/46526?hl=en And I would just like to add that you should ALWAYS try to avoid re-using passwords for different services, and never use the same password for your game services and bank/involving your money or credit card services. I can certainly add more to this thread in the future, so feel free to post more tips for account security if you feel something was left out. Stay safe and secure people!
I thought Sony would have gotten better at security after what happened with the PS3, but nope. Still playstation users getting hacked.I know nothing is impervious to hacking, but i feel sony didn't even try to beef up security. Let me know what you guys think.