CS: GO could infect your PC with malware — and Valve hasn’t fixed it


If you play CS:GO, Half-Life, Team Fortress 2 or Left 4 Dead, you may want to be wary of any Steam invitations you get. 

That’s because the Source engine, which powers CS:GO and several other games, seems to include an exploitable vulnerability that could let cybercriminals to inject malware via Valve’s popular gaming platform. What’s worse, though, is that Valve has apparently known about this flaw for two years and still hasn’t fixed it.

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