To be more specific we’re talking about Fortnite cheaters

To be more specific we’re talking about cheaters and how some cheaters appear to have downloaded malware instead of the aim-bot or currency generator they were looking for.

This news comes to us from Rainway an app that allows you to stream your games to a Mac or Chromebook.

On 26th June Rainway reported that it began receiving hundreds upon thousands of errors that appeared because something was attempting to contact a number of ad platforms. Trouble is Rainway doesn’t run ads.

Before long Rainway made the connection and realised that Fortnite players had unknowingly installed malware while trying to gain an edge on the competition.

The question the team wanted to answer was what app was causing the trouble.

“We finally found a match in a hack claiming to allow players to fortnite v bucks generator and use an aimbot, two birds with one stone, how could someone resist?,” wrote Rainway app chief executive officer, Andrew Sampson, in a blog post.

Rainway then put the app in a sand-box and observed it installing a root certificate, changing the Windows proxy and routing all web traffic through itself. Basically the only winner from this incident is the hacker that had the bright idea of adding a man in the middle attack to an “innocent” piece of software.

The cheat software/malware has since been removed from the platform it was available from but Rainway reports it was downloaded 78 000 times.

The firm says it has put measures in place to counter a man in the middle attack should anybody attempt this again but Sampson has some good advice for prospective cheaters.

“While it should go without saying, I think you should not download random programs. An excellent personal security tip is that if something is too good to be true, you’re probably going to need to reformat your PC. It is hard to outright prevent people from being malicious, but that doesn’t mean its hard to prevent spreading,” says the exec.

Unfortunately, there is no way for players to earn free V-Bucks in Battle Royale

Epic Games has released a guide advising players on how you can protect your account and warning not to visit websites claiming to offer free V-Bucks. The best and quickest option if you want to have V-Bucks is to buy them on the Fortnite in-game store with real money. However,

if you’re keen to get your hands on some free V-Bucks there are a couple of safe ways that you can do this, but you’ll have to earn them.

Unfortunately, there is no way for players to earn free V-Bucks in Battle Royale, but there are ways to do it if you buy the full version of the game. Once you own the game’s original single player mode you will be able to use it to gradually earn V-Bucks that you can spend in the store on any items you want. Weekend Hot Topic, part 2: Most disappointing games of 2018 Logging into the game each day is one of the easiest ways for you to get V-Bucks for free fortnite v bucks generator ,

you don’t get given many but if you continue to do this over a long period of time then the in-game currency will start to accumulate. Daily quests is another way you can earn the money in the main Fortnite game, there is a broad range of different challenges that you can complete.

The quests are split up into different sections – Daily Destroy Daily Scouting Husk Extermination Mission Specialist There are also extra tasks alongside these including saving 25 Survivors in successful missions. The reward for completing any of these quests can range from 50 – 100 V-Bucks. Players can by new outfits and emotes in the Fortnite stores with V-Bucks (Epic Games)

Epic Games offers a couple of other alternative ways for players to accumulate V-Bucks for free within the main game. One way is by completing the levels in StoneWood Storm Shield Defence, which is aimed more towards people just starting out in the game. The other alternative is to complete the levels in Twine Peaks Storm Shield Defence, which is a harder mode for more experienced players.