father_tannis posted on Dec 01, 2015 8:04:34 AM - Report post
My EA/Origin account was recently hacked, email changed and secret question/answer overwritten, so I've lost all those games. Trouble is, the only thing I can think of that might have been potentially "unsafe" from an account security standpoint was the use of a Cheat Happens trainer for Battlefield 4 (PATCH 09.03.2015).
I am in no way saying it was a deliberate action by Cheat Happens, but I see it as odd that after years of secure gaming, my account is hacked after I use this particular trainer. Could be a coincidence, but could there be a black sheep amongst you? Could one of the people involved in the coding / compiling of the trainer program have inserted a few lines of code that stole my EA/Origin account login information?
I know I'm upset at the loss of all the games locked to the Origin account in question, but I am just trying to rule out some possibilities and variables that may have contributed so it doesn't happen again in the future.
PWizard posted on Dec 01, 2015 8:15:25 AM - Report post
No, that is not possible. Look elsewhere.
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