Borders and BioShock publisher 2K Games has been hacked The company announced the breach on Wednesday, and is warning customers to change their passwords and not open any emails from its support page.
2K Support’s Twitter account, which was not affected by the hack, posted the following message, saying that the hacker was sending out emails that appeared to include specific players and malicious links. and strongly advises customers not to click on emails if they happen to be found. them. As a result, the company’s support page went offline while it resolved the issue.
Hey guys, please read an important message from our Customer Support team. Thank you. pic.twitter.com/yKI18eL7mY
& mdash; 2K Support (@2KSupport) September 20, 2022
If customers have already clicked on the links, 2K strongly urges them to immediately reset passwords stored in their browsers, enable multifactor authentication wherever possible, run a reputable anti-virus program, and ensure their account settings to see if any settings have been submitted. changed. The company reiterated that it would never ask anyone for passwords or other personal information, and apologized for any inconvenience caused by the hack.
The 2K support breach is the latest in a string of cyber attacks over the past four days. On Saturday night, a hacker compromised Rockstar Games and released 90 video clips of the development video The Grand Theft 6 on GTA Forums, causing a firestorm of controversy. The whistleblower, who is alleged to be part of Lapsus$, is being investigated by the FBI after Uber also released confirmation that it, too, had suffered a cyber attack by the same person. It is still unknown who is behind this 2K hack
Source : www.digitaltrends.com