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by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#1965 As Valve eradicates serious bug in Steam, here’s what you need to know
Steam, an online game platform with more than 125 million active accounts, is in the process of fixing a serious security hole that opens users to hacks that could redirect them to attack sites, spend their market funds, or possibly make malicious changes to their user profiles.

As this post was going live, employees with Valve, the company that develops Steam, were reportedly in the process of fixing the bug. Unconfirmed posts such as this one reported that the cross-site scripting hole had been patched on the initial activity feed pages but not on subsequent pages. Valve representatives didn't respond to e-mails seeking comment for this post.
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