Cybercriminals are increasingly targeting avid gamers as effectively as their accounts on-line with a new malware dubbed BloodyStealer according to Kaspersky.

Back in March of this year, the cybersecurity firm’s authorities uncovered an ad for BloodyStealer that stated the malware is able to steal passwords, cookies, lender card facts, browser autofill details, unit data, screenshots, Desktop and uTorrent client documents, logs and Bethesda, Epic Online games, GOG, Origin, Steam, Telegram and VimeWorld consumer periods.