Twenty-four hours, and the only three shoutbox posts were seed announcements (at least I think Biscuit's was...). I vote we revoke Potato's admin privileges so he can keep the shoutbox alive with his pleas for assistance.
While I think most Villuns are probably vigilant enough that they wouldn't fall for this, I thought I'd better post this anyway, because I've seen attempts to hijack my Steam account from no fewer than three different Steam accounts. All of these happened immediately after I bumped my trades at tf2outpost.com. It's not the first time I've seen an attempt to hijack my Steam account, but it is the first time I've seen what appears to be an automated hijacking attempt every time I bump a trade request. Here's what happened. 1. I went to tf2outpost.com to bump my trade offers. 2. Shortly after bumping my trades, I received a friend request from •♠•Sir Bastard•♠•. This is how trades are typically initiated on tf2outpost.com. 3. I received the following Steam message: "•♠•Sir Bastard•♠•: Hey! I cant add u from my main acc - steam laggs, i have really good offer http://steamccmrnunity.com/profile/91253794705953793/ add me please. thanks!" The message sometimes came from a different account, and sometimes had different contents. Note, in the above URL, that the url is spelled steamccmrnunity.com. If one goes to the site, it is a spoofed version of a Steam Profile with an "Add Friend" link. If you press that link, it gives you a Steam logon page. Presumably, if you actually go through with the logon, they steal your password and hijack your profile.