Google security researchers have revealed this week that the immensely popular Fortnite Android app is vulnerable to so-called man-in-the-disk (MitD) attacks.
Have you ever heard the saying "If it's too good to be true, then it probably is." If so, then it applies perfectly to programs that claim they can help you cheat in Fortnite or earn free V-Bucks. In this article we take a look at 5 malware samples that pretend to be Fortnite cheats, hacks, or tools.
A new season of Fornite Battle Royale has arrived and the mysterious Comet has finally laid waste to the region. While Tilted Towers survived the impact for the most part, the map is now littered with impact craters and industrial sites that are collecting the powerful shards left behind by the Comet's destruction.
Tomorrow, April 11th at 4AM ET, the 3.5 update for Fortnite is being released. While it has not been officially announced what will be included in the update, a Tweet by the official Fortnite Twitter account hinted that we will at least be getting the Port-a-Fort.
The mobile iOS version of Fortnite is now live on the App Store and invites are on their way! Some of you who have already signed up will start receiving your invites via email, which contain a special link to iOS Fortnite on the App Store.
Whenever something newsworthy comes out there will always be people who try to take advantage of it. A perfect example of this is the Fortnite iOS mobile invite that launched today, where people are impatiently waiting for the invite codes to be released, while others try to trick them into purchasing fake ones.
For those who have been anxiously awaiting Fortnite's iOS Mobile invite signup, it is now live! iOS users can now signup using a new account or by using their existing PC, Xbox, or Playstation accounts.