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zimbaly

Maestro got hijacked.

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I just got a message on steam from him starting with yo wassup bro. I instantly knew it wasn't him and then he said to check out a link to his csgo stuff. Do not follow the link, it's not maestro for the love of god. 

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i got this message frpm zimbaly this morning
[7:32 AM]Zimbaly:    hey merc tell the gc guys maestros account just got hacked    gonna post in the forums about it in the gc game hub if i can    let them know they guy is sending a link to hijack your account    i knew as soon as the trucking started with saying bro
it is hacked 

 

maesrto is asking me
[7:40 AM]MaestroPG.gc:    Can u please vote for my csgo team at nightleague    need 2 more votes    team ShonK   <url>

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Cheers guys - you should realise it's not me - I don't have CSGO installed - and remember - whatever you do - don't click on any links. 

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I told him to at least act English if he was gonna try to impostor you. So he started calling me "mate" lmao

 

Hope you can get it sorted out though.

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If you can - get me the guys details - thanks

 

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We think it was a script with automatic reply. Except the time he tried with "mate" anyway. I think at this point if I try and message him it just goes to you. Run a scan, make sure your PC isn't infected with some backdoor. 

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I got the following messages this morning: "May I ask u for help?"  "Dude, can u vote for my csgo team please at nightleague?
"need 2 more votes"
"team ShonK"

 The link was to a website nightleague.fun

What are you guys using to run a scan ? 
 

Did his machine itself get jacked up or just his online account(s) ?

I've never had malware or a virus from STEAM before. Any special tools or utilities to run?

Should I be changing passwords?

Edited by kellerj1

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if you clicked on that link - change your password and run a scan

 

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