The hacker found a vulnerability in Steam, which Valve has paid $20 thousand

The vulnerability is in the digital store allowed the guy to 36 thousand keys Portal 2 for free.

The vulnerability is in the digital store allowed the guy to 36 thousand keys Portal 2 for free.

Valve again cough up a reward to the hacker who found another exploit in the Steam.
What is known

Artem Moscow found the vulnerability in the digital store, which allowed him to obtain 36 thousand keys Portal 2 for free. This guy got the access developer’s Toolkit that allows you to generate these keys.

“To exploit this vulnerability, it was necessary to make only one request. I managed to bypass verification of ownership of the game, changing only one parameter. After that I could enter any ID in a different setting and to a set of keys,” said Moscow.

For the find the guy received $20 thousand from Valve. Interestingly, in July, the airline has received $25 thousand for the discovery of another vulnerability.
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