Fake versions of popular games such as Temple Run and Subway Surfers are being used to distribute dangerous malware through the Microsoft Store to users of Windows 10 and Windows 11. Security firm Check Point Research found that malicious versions of the titles were riddled with Electron Bot malware and have already infected thousands of computers in countries incuding Sweden, Bulgaria and Russia. The malware gives an attacker a backdoor into a victim’s computer allowing for complete system control, as well as control of social media accounts. See also: Microsoft confirms Windows 11 system reset bug that leaves behind data after… [Continue Reading]

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