Cyber-crooks are taking advantage of the new Steam trade escrow system introduced yesterday and are spreading malware using websites that promote a workaround for the trading limitation.
Since mid-November, Steam has been touting its new trade escrow system designed to limit scams and fraudulent trade operations. The system, which went live yesterday, introduced a few changes in how regular Steam trades take place. If two users want to make a trade, the exchanged objects are held in escrow (set aside) for three days.
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