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I keep finding new users and my languages set to Spanish. I have changed my password 5 times. They keep hacking it




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No chance they are also getting into your e-mail ?
 
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Please describe, in detail, the password change process. Also: What you and anybody else using the service are using to access it, and from where (e.g.: home WiFi, etc.).




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Some asshole hacked my PSN account. They bought a game, changed my email address to theirs and then enabled 2 step verification. Sony have been absolute pricks about the whole thing. 2 days so far and I cannot use the device. They said to try them back in 5-6 business days. It sucks. It’s not you getting hacked, it’s their service. Security is severely lacking.



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I no longer use the Epic game client due to getting my account hacked. As with Prefontaine, my customer service experience was horrible.



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How are you watching? From which device are you changing your password? How are you logging in?

One of these things is compromised.
 
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Let me make something clear: Unless you hear of an announcement that a particular system or service has been breached, as was the case in the recent Facebook Data Breach: Here’s What To Do Now, your being "hacked" is nearly always because of your own sloppy security.

E.g.:

  • You're using the same, or very similar, user name, email address, and password at multiple sites, some of which may have poor or no security and/or don't have secure logins (e.g.: Not using HTTPS)
  • You're using weak and/or easily-guessed passwords
  • You're logging in to sites on insecure links (public WiFi systems with poor or no security, or that have been breached)
  • You've been phished
  • You've allowed malware on one-or-more of the devices you use, possibly including a key-logger--often the result of using easily- and frequently-exploited operating systems, software, devices, or services

You don't have to be a victim. If you find yourself a frequent victim, you're doing something wrongly.




"America is at that awkward stage. It's too late to work within the system,,,, but too early to shoot the bastards." -- Claire Wolfe
"If we let things terrify us, life will not be worth living." -- Seneca the Younger, Roman Stoic philosopher
"The dominant media is no more ``mainstream`` than leftists are liberals." -- me
 
Posts: 19814 | Location: S.E. Michigan | Registered: January 06, 2008Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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What Disney account is this happening to.
My Disney experience
Disney Vacation Club
Disney cruise Line
Disney plus
The reason I asked is, a couple of years ago I also had people I did not know appear on my, My Disney Account. There were also dinning reservations and Fast Passes I did not recognize and almost canceled them. My account was not hacked it was just a problem at there end.
My wife called Disney and they fixed it for her. I think they knew there was a problem but they never said it to us.
We then changed our password and never had a problem again.




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