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Roblox accounts have been compromised to support Trump

Accounts of the popular Roblox gaming platform, were breached and used to enhance its re-election Donald Trump in the upcoming presidential election in November.

Roblox

Roblox is an online video game platform that allows its members to create and publish games. THE platform is very popular, has more than 100 million active users on a monthly basis and is in the top 100 website around the world.

The platform is aimed at all ages, but is mostly used by people aged 9 to 14.

But since last week, some Roblox accounts have been compromised through brute-forcing attacks.

Once the hacker gain access to an account, modify the section About Usto send a message urging children to tell their parents to vote for Trump.

"Ask your parents to vote for Trump this year! # MAGA2020. ”

In addition, the intruder provides two free clothes that he adds to the avatar of the hacked account, so that he looks like a supporter of President Trump.

The campaign was originally launched on Saturday and there were already about 500 accounts that had been compromised and so far, their number has exceeded 1.000 in Google search engine.

Roblox has not yet commented on the incident.

What should Roblox users do?

If you think your Roblox account has been compromised, you should try to log in to the account and change it. code your access with a more complex.

For those who do not remember their passwords, they can reset their password so that they can re-enter their account.

In addition to using a secure password, however, users are advised to enable 2-factor authentication on their Roblox accounts for greater safety.

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