It came from here -> Link
A few people have had problems and suddenly its either Origin's fault etc. But yet people will never accept the possibility they have picked up a trojan/keylogger from unsafe browsing.
[Edited by Sutek, 1/1/2015 8:56:27 AM]
Account security is a real thing. Make sure to stay on top of your online accounts. That includes news on security breaches on sites/services you use (especially if you use same password for many accounts).
The user whom stole my account in question seemed to only be interested in the Titanfall game I had on my account. Didn't buy anything with it.
[Edited by Neo7, 1/1/2015 10:48:11 AM]
You had 2 step verification that is great, but how many that was compromised could say the same.
Here is a simple thing people can do...
Make a fake site, pretend you have files that allow you to cheat online etc, force people to sign up, they sign up and nothing. They get angry and leave never to come back, but a high percentage of people will use the same email/username and password as their Steam/Origin/Uplay etc accounts.
Not that hard.
If there was a major breach, the company is legally bound to inform people there was so they can take steps if possible to change things like credit cards etc.
Since there has been no such information coming forth... then we are to assume there has been no such attack/illegal access (they show up on logs no matter what).
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