Fortnite hacked millions of bills for V-Bucks

Epic Games, developer of Fortnite game, silently removed a vulnerability from its infrastructure, allowing hackers to access users' accounts with incredible ease.

The vulnerability was detected by its security Israeli company Security Check , which reported the issue privately to Epic Games last year.


"In early November we reported the vulnerability, and by the end of November it had been patched," said Oded Vanunu, one of its researchers. on ZDNet.
Vulnerability was in fact a combination of many errors in different parts of the company's infrastructure and some were not related to Fortnite.

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For a successful attack to take place users would have to click on a malicious link connecting to Epic Games. Of course, the vulnerability shocked the , which as users with less experience could not detect the dangerous parameters contained in the link.

“It wasn't an advanced attack at all, and it was very simple to execute on Vanunu said. "Login Token theft is one of the most emerging attack methods."

Of course Fortnite accounts are all at stake. As of June 2018, it has been reported that over nine The game's accounts have been compromised by hackers.

Why this game? Originally because it's popular.

On the other hand, Fortnite's V-Bucks are known to be used to launder (real) money from cybercriminals. And it's not just cyber criminals chasing the V-Bucks. Teens go into the process of hacking bills by stealing one another.

In many cases, hackers do not mind Fortnite's accounts, as they only want players' money.

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