<img src = "data: image / gif; base64, R0lGODlhAQABAAAAACH5BAEKAAEALAAAAABAAEAAAICTAEAOw ==" data-chomp-id = "s9fjkavyketxlv31vtap" data-format = "Png" data-height = "511" data-default-transform = " UncroppedWideExtraLarge "data-width =" 1007 "data-relative =" false "data-show-background =" true "data-alt =" Illustration for article titled EA terrifies Origin users and thinks they are not hacked for any reason EA Initiative to Reward Users of Its PC Platform With More Security Last month, EA tacitly announced
that Origin users with 2-step validation enabled (in honor of the National Cybersecurity Month) a free month Origin Access Basic, which offers discounts and access to a range of features in old games, that's what they promised.
If "doing good" did not equate, "users are afraid to believe they were hacked and h They may even have lost all their progress in
. Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order and had to start over just like her buddy Kirk . "To tell people that they have redeemed a code out of the blue is a great way to get them freaking out and changing all their passwords, especially in a world where just about every business (including EA) has its destination was a massive security breach.
I mean, damn it, EA, you scared the shit I did last night. And many other people:
and on and on and on . Why can not EA avoid raking even if they're trying to do something nice?