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Seagate Personal Storage 3200 steals your game logins

Posted on Tuesday, November 13 2007 @ 02:55:13 CET by

Seagate issued a warning to people who bought the Maxtor Basics Personal Storage 3200 product in the last couple of months as the drive may be infected with a virus:
Seagate has traced this issue to a small number of units produced by a Maxtor sub-contract manufacturer located in China. Seagate quickly put a stop ship to units leaving the facility as soon as the company learned of the probable infection. All units now leaving the facility in question have been cleared of the virus and units in inventory are being reworked before being released for sale. However, some affected units may have been sold to the public before the problem was detected. Seagate apologizes for the inconvenience that has been caused as a result of this incident.

To determine if the Maxtor Basics Personal Storage 3200 drive you have may be infected, or if you have any questions about this virus, please call Seagate customer support. Please have the serial number of your Maxtor Basics Personal Storage 3200 drive ready when you call. See link at the bottom of this page for a list of Seagate customer support phone numbers.
The firm claims the virus steals passwords to online games and sends them to a Chinese server. Several Chinese games and World of Warcraft are targeted by the virus.



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