Some cheats include a Trojan that steals your data
A YouTube channel under the name of Pirate Pirate, with the photo of Jack Sparrow, devotes himself to creating videos where he shows how his chemios work, such as Aimbot or Wallhack for some of the most popular shooters today. The channel is still active despite the fact that a security researcher has discovered the Trojan in the executable files.
The videos contain links in the description that lead to mega.nz, where the The chétos can be downloaded for free. The fact that they are free should alert us to two things: first, they probably will not work and the only thing they will get is to ban our account. The other, that whoever shares them should get a profit with them, and in this case these are our passwords.
Bizarre but sometimes works .. Overflow of C2 DB connections. So, give an error with the name of the database. "1nketov" guess who is the actor …
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When you download these tips, you get a file in the format .ZIP, this includes instructions in a TXT that recommend you to "disable the antivirus because the cheto has a code injector that the antivirus detects as a malicious activity". However, one of the files copied to the computer when running the check is svchost, which receives a DLL of AZORult to collect data from the computer, including browser passwords and browsing history. In addition, the cheto file (RUSThack.exe in the case of Rust) is copied to the Temp / FolderN folder and runs every time the operating system boots.
AZORult: a Trojan horse used to steal data
AZORult is a tool widely used by hackers, because this Trojan is very useful for infecting users without their knowledge and stealing all possible data. The researcher who analyzed the hacks said that the Trojan had already been used in fake Windows Update installations, pre-cracked NordVPN installations, program key generators such as VMWare, and so on.
As we see, the use of chétos in games is not worth it because you expose yourself to a multitude of risks. Not only do you expose yourself to being kicked out of the game and losing the money you have invested in it (including play, downloadable content or skins), but you can also put yourself in danger. your bank account and your personal information by infecting your computer, losing all your money. It's even worse than losing a match.