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A Battle.net account is something attackers find valuable. They can use it to get access to purchased games as well as characters and in-game currency and items. If a player has properly configured their account, however, then contacting technical support will likely help them regain control and restore stolen virtual wealth. Nevertheless, attackers can still […]

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Most wireless carriers in the United States are vulnerable to SIM swapping attacks and lack proper procedures to fend off hackers and other bad actors, Princeton researchers have found. SIM swapping became a popular attack method during the Bitcoin boom as hackers targeted Bitcoin wallets protected by SMS two-factor authentication (2FA). It took off and […]

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