Hackers caught using EA Games servers to phish for Apple IDs

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    "According to a new report from security research firm Netcraft, Electronic Arts’ servers have been compromised. Two websites from the video game publisher’s domain have been hacked and are now hosting phishing pages setup to steal Apple ID and credit card information.

    It works like this: when a potential victim arrives at one of the pages, they are asked to enter their Apple ID and password. Once completed, they’re taken to a second page which asks for personal details and credit card info, and then redirected to the official Apple ID website…"

    Source: iDownloadBlog
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    Good thing I don't use an origins account. EA should make their website more secure.

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