100 Degrees Leather Jacket Posted November 7, 2018 Share Posted November 7, 2018 Recently a friend of mine was scammed/hijacked. He said he was talking with a scammer via Steam chat on his phone and was having none of it, but eventually he ended up clicking a link of a Steam attachment sent by the scammer/hijacker that ended up downloading a file to his phone. Then he was locked out of his Steam account on his phone, and one hour later his valuable items were gone. He also said that he had a list with passwords on his phone and that his email was also accessed. Now obviously this reeks of malicious scripts, but it sounds rather complex and effective and also working on phones that can bypass Steam mobile authentications. If someone has more information about this, I'd like to hear it. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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