The Dark Souls III player community ha alerted the discovery of a serious security flaw in the PC version of the game from From Software.
East to exploit this would allow attackers not only to access the affected computer’s private information, but also to remotely execute code or install malware to take control of the computer or mine cryptocurrency.
Bandai Namco, the publisher of Dark Souls III, has already been alerted (we specify, de hecho, that this security flaw could also be used in the future Elden Ring) and ha assured “Haber transando” la información a su “equipos specializadas” para tomar medidas y publicar un eventual parche que corrija el bug.
Mientras esto no ocurra se recommenda no jugar online al juego o hacerlo con el mod blue sentry installed. Blue Sentinel is a mod designed precisely to prevent malicious attacks that take advantage of flaws in From Software’s popular online game.
To avoid more problems, además, Bandai Namco decided a few minutes ago to temporarily close the PvP servers of Dark Souls: Remastered, Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin and Dark Souls III. Los de Dark Souls: Prepare to Die Edition is also child’s play in short.
The PvP servers for Dark Souls 3, Dark Souls 2, and Dark Souls: Remastered have been temporarily disabled to allow the team to investigate recent reports of an issue with online services.
Dark Souls: PtDE servers will join them shortly.
We apologize for the inconvenience.
— Dark Souls (@DarkSoulsGame) January 23, 2022