Video games were an activity that people used to distract themselves before the pandemic, but with the arrival of the pandemic, individuals who closed their homes began to turn to video games more. And when this caught the attention of many not-so-well-intentioned people, video games cybercrime
The number of has increased considerably.
The viruses used by these malicious people are generally; free versions of games, updates, add-ons, and sometimes cheat programs. Similarly, Kaspersky Minecraft
We shared with you last week that warned its players. Now Kaspersky is calling out to all gamers.
Password managers, two-step verification and antivirus software provide protection
In the research that Kaspersky shared last year, maliciously max used game Minecraft
It appeared as . The game, which now has a very significant share, Counter Strike: Global Offensive seems to have left it behind.
Viruses that infect the computer, as we mentioned above, free versions
(mtag101703) or free contents
They show themselves as . Players these even by accident when they download, viruses infect the computer and the computer from which the file is downloaded is at the mercy of the malicious person on the other side.
Working on Kaspersky’s research around the world Maria Namestnikova, currently approx. 3 billion says he’s a player. In addition, Maria states that games are a good way to distract the mind, and because they are so crowded, players attract the attention of cyber attackers.
Kaspersky for safe gaming a trusted password manager recommends using two-step verification and a reliable antivirus program. In addition, it says that you should only buy games from official stores and not click on links in text chats.