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In Pictures: Diagnosis – bloatware. 9 empty-calori...
ESEA's rogue employee
Gaming network ESEA swears up and down that it had nothing to do with malicious software installed into its matchmaking software earlier this year, blaming a rogue employee for hijacking powerful GPUs found in users' gaming PCs and using their resources for Bitcoin mining. The company is being sued by customers in California over the incident.
In Pictures: Diagnosis – bloatware. 9 empty-calorie pieces of code