Widely-publicized Steam Invite hack has been fixed

Widely-publicized Steam Invite hack has been fixed

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Early last week a non-profit group dedicated to software reverse-engineering publicly announced that a dangerous exploit it had found in the Steam backend had gone unfixed for nearly two years, and worse, Valve was allegedly attempting to prevent them from publicly disclosing its existence. The exploit, involving Steam Invites, allegedly allowed a hacker to gain full control of a victim’s system via a remote code execution.

Members of Secret Club, the non-profit organization that found the exploit, went public on Twitter about its existence after Valve had not taken action to fix the exploit for two years since Secret Club had notified it about the problem.

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