Steam version of the classic Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 suffered from malicious
The latest news about Activision’s most popular shooter indicates that Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 is infected with a very dangerous virus, the main feature of which is its mass and silent spread. The latest analysis conducted by the community of programmers itself indicates that this problem is rather big, so it is better to be careful.
Information about this appeared on July 26, thanks to one of the users who bought the game Modern Warfare 2 in Steam, which is currently the only platform affected by the virus. He announced the problem on the Steam forum. As recommendations, he indicated the need to use good antivirus and connect to a reliable game lobby.
As you can see, the community did not sit still, not expecting Steam or Activision will take up a solution to the problem. Instead, gamers began to study the program, finding that this is a very insidious malicious software that can self -work and spread with terrifying ease.
On the same day, the official Call of Duty updates account published a message on his Twitter, which mentioned the 2009 game Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2, in particular its version for Steam. A brief message said that the multiplayer was disconnected during a thorough investigation of some problems, as hundreds of messages from the players were received.
The initial indication to avoid or be extremely careful with the lobby was made for a reason. Apparently, the malicious program spread through these game locations, thereby infecting players who, in turn, involuntarily infected other players, resulting in the effect of a snow coma that cannot be stopped. With the revival of the classic Call of Duty through the efforts of Microsoft, ill -wishers began to penetrate the game who wanted to destroy the pleasure of the game for others.