Several gaming companies have announced plans to remove support for an analytics app they have bundled with their games. The decision to remove the app came after several Reddit and Steam users noticed that many game publishers have recently embedded a controversial analytics SDK part of recent updates to their games.
Valve developers have recently patched a severe security flaw that affected all versions of the Steam gaming client released in the past ten years.The vulnerability would have allowed an attacker to execute malicious code on any of Steam's 15 million gaming clients.
Chinese authorities have arrested 15 people on suspicion of developing, selling or promoting game-cheating apps for the PUBG (PlayerUnknown's BattleGrounds) game.
A security researcher has released a proof-of-concept exploit affecting the Nvidia Tegra chips that come with Nintendo Switch devices.
Gamers are accusing a company that makes mods for Microsoft's Flight Simulator X game of putting a password stealer inside one of its add-ons.
The operators of a gaming server rental business are believed to have built an IoT DDoS botnet, which they are now offering as part of the server rental scheme.
A Google security researcher has discovered a security flaw in the Blizzard Update Agent shipped with all the company's games.
An innocent man was shot dead yesterday, December 28, in a swatting incident that allegedly took place after two Call of Duty players got into an argument online.
With the release of the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update earlier this week, Microsoft quietly rolled out a gaming anti-cheat engine, similar to Valve's VAC system.
CD Projekt Red, the Polish studio maker behind the insanely popular The Witcher 3 RPG, has suffered a data breach and now the attacker is holding the company for ransom, threatening to release stolen files if the game maker doesn't pay an undisclosed sum of money.
Valve Corporation, the company behind the game distribution platform Steam, will have to pay a fine of 3 million AUD (Australian Dollars) [2.15 million USD] after Australia's Federal Court ruled today that Valve broke Australian consumer laws by not honoring refund requests.