Online players of the video game Omerta have more than the rival
gangsters in the computer game to worry about. According to
anti-spyware vendor Sunbelt Software, of Clearwater, Fla.,
cyber-thieves have been spreading spyware disguised as software from
Omerta Game Ltd.

Sunbelt Software President Alex Eckelberry warned users to be wary of
any software for the game that’s not from Omerta. Attackers are trying
to trick users into downloading piece of malware called ProAgent that
captures and logs keystrokes on a computer, he said.