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Virtual Rape

When it comes to the internet and more specially second life, it all is fair game, virtual platforms are an open source for creativity and to let loose on your kinkiest fantasies, this is as long as you don’t harm anyone while getting what you want.

Second life seems to be recently the victim of hackers who have used fake but real looking marketplace sites, paypal sites and other means to get a hold of your passcode and credit card info. What really concerns me is how inventive they seem to be getting, first it was group chat sending the link, but now it has progressed to specific avatars you know sending you marketplace links on stuff they’d be inclined to buy.

The most worrying part is that Linden Labs, who recently changed TPV terms to ensure we are safe, seems to be doing nothing to stop the rapid spread of hacker attacks, who have found in the platform a nice playground to scam innocent victims out of their hard earned money. Using common sense before clicking anything that openly asks for you passcode would be a nice advice, but we all are subject to accidentally clicking whatever is sent to us by a close friend.

I guess it’s all a matter of looking over our shoulders now until the Lindens decide to do something about it, which we all know could take a big long while, unless their security directly affects them, but be reminded dear people at the labs, that SL is all about people, and if our safety is compromised, we will surely take our business elsewhere.

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Cuando se trata de de el internet y más específicamente del second life, todo vale, las plataformas virtuales son una fuente abierta para la creatividad y para dar rienda suelta a tus fantasías más retorcidas, esto siempre que alcanzar tu objetivo no haga daño a nadie.


Second Life parace que está siendo victima últimamente de el ataque de hackers, los cuales usan sitios muy elaborados pero falsos que paracen ser iguales a los de Marketplace y Paypal para hacerse con tus claves e información de credito. Lo que realmente me preocupa de todo esto es lo muy inventivos que se han vuelto, al principio eran vinculos en grupos, pero ahora a progresado a IMs individuales con vinculos de productos por parte de amigos cercanos que son propensos a comprar.


Lo más escandaloso de todo esto es que Linden Labs parece estar más preocupado últimamente de velar por nuestra “seguridad” al reforzar los terminos de servicio en lo que concierne a los TPV, que en poner un alto o por lo menos investigar lo que parecen ser ataques que campan a sus anchas y se están propagando como el fuego. Estos han encontrado un sitio perfecto en el second life, en donde pueden dar rienda suelta a metodos creativos para sacar el dinero a usuarios que muchos hemos ganado con ezfuerzo. Usar el sentido común antes de cliquar en cualquier cosa parace ser aconsejable, pero todos estamos sujetos a abrir cualquier cosa que un amigo cercano nos envíe.


Supongo que ahora será cosa de mirar por encima del hombro en todo momento hasta que los linden decidan hacer algo al respecto, lo que todos sabemos podría tomarles algún tiempo, a menos claro que esto les afecte directamente, pero recordad amigos de LL, que Sl está principalmente formado por personas, y si nuestra seguridad está comprometida seriamente, nos llevaremos nuestros negocios y dinero a otro sitio.


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