Stepto’s account gets hacked on Xbox Live

On April 11, 2011, in Gaming, Latest News, by Mike Jefferson

If you thought that Sony is the only company thats having problems with hackers, guess again. It seems that Microsoft and Xbox Live have similar problem as well.

Hackers over the world are getting tired from constant banning, so they have chosen to take action, or at least one of them.

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