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    Post [Notice]New Undetected Phishing Method that steals your Steam Accounts!

    This is a Warning, not a Tutorial.

    I've just recently found out an undetected(By every antivirus/malware) method that steals your Steam account once you run the program.

    I just want to let you know that it exists and that there is a few ways you can do that can prevent it. This method is basically using SMTP attachment. It steals your steam account(Includings ALTS you logged on your computer before)/browser/btc/ and other files information without your consent and instantly, it sends to the Host's(Phisher's) email undetectable.

    It's an old method and patched but a lot of people found a new way to bypass that.

    To prevent this all you have to do is NEVER save your password on steam or on browser. Saving your password saves it in your files, which it is bad. Transferring the file won't work because the phishing program can find specific names without going threw folder to folder. Also you can try changing the name of the files so the phishing program can't find it.

    However, just this method only prevents you from getting your password phished, it still sends your other info to the host(Phisher), which he would have your information such as steam names/ location/image of desktop/Computer info/ and other information.

    Also I forgot to mentioned, this method had already infected nearly thousands (10,000+) of Mpgh Users and on other forums.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hydra View Post
    This is a Warning, not a Tutorial.

    I've just recently found out an undetected(By every antivirus/malware) method that steals your Steam account once you run the program.

    I just want to let you know that it exists and that there is a few ways you can do that can prevent it. This method is basically using SMTP attachment. It steals your steam account(Includings ALTS you logged on your computer before)/browser/btc files information without your consent and instantly, it sends to the Host's(Phisher's) email.

    It's an old method and patched but a lot of people found a new way to bypass that.

    To prevent this all you have to do is NEVER save your password on steam or on browser. Saving your password saves it in your files, which it is bad. Transferring the file won't work because the phishing tool can find specific names without going threw folder to folder. (I could be wrong).

    However, just this method only prevents you from getting your password phished, it still sends your other info to the host(Phisher), which he would have your information such as steam names/ location/image of desktop/Computer info/ and other information depending on the host's(phisher's) program.
    I use steam phone authentication anyways, so if he steals my account, he can't change the email or password without getting the code from my phone that allows him to change whatever. (Unless steam still haven't fixed the email shit)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sasuke Uchiha! View Post
    I use steam phone authentication anyways, so if he steals my account, he can't change the email or password without getting the code from my phone that allows him to change whatever. (Unless steam still haven't fixed the email shit)
    Umm... he/she can just use your SSFN to bypass that, it basically makes steam thinks you're him/her.

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    @Hydra Nice work on the Warning @Paralyze, @akim14, @ZectixV1 , Should this be sticked or something?

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    Nice warning, good to know!

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    Could you post a tutorial or something similar to fix this?









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    Quote Originally Posted by ZectixV1 View Post
    Could you post a tutorial or something similar to fix this?
    Ehh it's pretty simple, all you have to do is never save your passwords on anything and if you did you can just change the name of the Main file so that the phishing program can't find it. There might be a bypass method for that though. Also the phishing program creates files from C:\Users\[Your Desktop Name]\AppData\Local\Temp so if you ever test a program just check there. And if you're wondering how I know all this, I downloaded a leaked phishing program, and no I'm not going to use it on Mpgh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hydra View Post
    This is a Warning, not a Tutorial.

    I've just recently found out an undetected(By every antivirus/malware) method that steals your Steam account once you run the program.

    I just want to let you know that it exists and that there is a few ways you can do that can prevent it. This method is basically using SMTP attachment. It steals your steam account(Includings ALTS you logged on your computer before)/browser/btc/ and other files information without your consent and instantly, it sends to the Host's(Phisher's) email undetectable.

    It's an old method and patched but a lot of people found a new way to bypass that.

    To prevent this all you have to do is NEVER save your password on steam or on browser. Saving your password saves it in your files, which it is bad. Transferring the file won't work because the phishing program can find specific names without going threw folder to folder. Also you can try changing the name of the files so the phishing program can't find it.

    However, just this method only prevents you from getting your password phished, it still sends your other info to the host(Phisher), which he would have your information such as steam names/ location/image of desktop/Computer info/ and other information.

    Also I forgot to mentioned, this method had already infected nearly thousands (10,000+) of Mpgh Users and on other forums.
    They steal your ssfn files and send them to there database or email so when i turn off my pc at night i usaly delete mny ssfn files and never keep your account on auto login cause the they can steal your ssfn files and auto login

    EDIT: and this has been around for ages and steam haevnt done sh*t about it #blamesteam
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    Quote Originally Posted by eithan1231 View Post
    They steal your ssfn files and send them to there database or email so when i turn off my pc at night i usaly delete mny ssfn files and never keep your account on auto login cause the they can steal your ssfn files and auto login

    EDIT: and this has been around for ages and steam haevnt done sh*t about it #blamesteam
    Dont get viruses and you wont get hacked :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Windoge 10 View Post


    Dont get viruses and you wont get hacked :P
    well there been arround for ages and there undetected by all anti virus soo.... its gonna be a bit hard?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eithan1231 View Post
    well there been arround for ages and there undetected by all anti virus soo.... its gonna be a bit hard?
    It was said as a joke :P but nevertheless you should always be wary when downloading things as you already know

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    thanks for the warning .

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