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Fuck you. Moderators, take this shit down and check it again! Account just got hijacked, luckily i got this shit off my pc in time to stop it. Best friend who just got this last night got his account hijacked, friends list wiped, name changed, password and email changed. Want to know the best part? His name was changed to "mafaka 6" and if you check the only account still on the hijacked accounts friend's list, it has multiple accounts on ITS friends list named "mafaka" with different numbers after it. And every account that has this name also has black ops 3. This account is also from Germany GTFO you idiot. I also have a random ass exe file installed made out of AutoIT script V3. A very common scripting language for making viruses and phishing programs. And when you try to delete the stupid exe, you can't. Its close to impossible to get this shit off my computer. TO CHECK IF YOU HAVE IT: go to windows search bar and search %appdata% and scroll to the bottom of the roaming folder. Get this taken down and looked at again. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!
...Ok. As steam states: "Don't share or open weird browsers that ask you to login to steam" That is what you did, this file wouldn't do that.
I just so happen to have a password that would take ages to brute force. And why the hell would I give my password to a random login page or window? Do you think I am stupid? And for everyone reading this who has already downloaded this, please go to your roaming folder and tell me if you have the same .exe that I had. It has a bunch of random letters and numbers as the name, the icon is a black and blue triangle.
That's AutoIt program which I think is used for the rapid fire implementation but I could be wrong.
Well, just end the AutoIt process in your task manager and you should be able to delete the appdata exe immediately. Not to mention, there are many users who have downloaded and used this hack but no one has encountered any account hijack (yet). Are you sure your friend didn't get phished from somewhere else?
Believe me, I have plenty of evidence to PROVE that it was because of this. And do me a favor. Restart your computer. Once its turned back on, don't open any program or run anything. Check task manager and go to processes. Why would it be running whenever you first turn your computer on? It seems harmless but it has no business being open when I don't want it to be.
I restarted my computer and can confirm there is no unwanted program which starts up with my PC.
Seeing as how everyone is accusing this of being a virus, is it safe??? I mean, virus wise, not VAC wise. Really want to use this, looks awesome but with all the recent comments and no reply's from the owner, it does indeed seem suspicious.