My theory is that anyone who gets a authentication code probably can enter it and get into your account. It's incredibly common for fraudsters to just pen test leaked emails against services like Ubisoft, Origin, Steam etc. If you are concerned that it might be the same as passwords you are using for other active sites, then change the passwords on other sites, and don't use the same password on different sites. Hopefully they can further investigate this issue. .
The dots i'm trying to connect here is my account gone missing is might be because of Ubisoft either directly or passively gave accounts to the others. It is also integrated well with Chrome and Firefox, as well as on my iPhone, so it's easy to log in with these complex passwords 1Password generated for me. Steps to change your password can be located. Check out The sidebar is a summary. Like there is a listener in between when Xbox is used as login.
You'll have better luck in specific game subs. I posted it here more so because I thought it was an interesting thing to happen. If you are doing this, then you run into another bad practice that you've shown here which is posting the e-mail address for your accounts in public. He has a list about over 1000 accounts, more or less, so that's why i'm suspecting Ubisoft has been spilling abandoned accounts for others, and i might be their victims? Thought I was the only one. The company is also working on games for the next-gen consoles PlayStation 4 and Xbox One , including The Division and The Crew. What a pain, I hate hackers they need to die a slow death.
Asks if Ubisoft is in business with these hackers. Had my Blizzard account hacked some years ago before I had authenticator set up. It seems normal to have it, don't you think? Ubisoft today revealed that a hack of its systems exposed user names, email addresses, and encrypted passwords, but not financial data. I have also receved this email several times now saying someone has tried to log in from several places. Also, check have just to confirm if your e-mail has been caught on any data breaches. My radar is up as I just assume everything is a scam these days.
However, since passwords could have been stolen, the company is recommending that users change their passwords on any other Web site where they used the same or a similar password. Well a lot paid for them on my market in my country. We instantly took steps to close off this access, investigate the incident and being restoring the integrity of any compromised systems. Sometimes some of the account got randomly recovered by someone, potentially are owners. Did some careful digging and it was legit. While these are unrelated to Ubisoft, it's likely they share the same e-mail and passwords.
In May, Ubisoft revealed that it to make sure the hacking in the game looked authentic. Ubisoft Anyone that has an account with video game developer Ubisoft is being advised to change their password immediately. Uplay sent me an email similar to yours after someone tried logging in South Korea and I only needed a password change. Now I'm waiting for online chat support to resolve all this. Every week I get an email from ubisoft saying that someone has tried to login into my account from abroad. I logged on to check out the new Rainbow Six update. Ubisoft makes hit video games such as , Just Dance, and Tom Clancy's The Division.
This can come in a few forms from an e-mail to text messages or, in our case, an authenticator app for your smartphone. I didn't play it for about 1 or 2 months, but last week i decided to play again, and then i realized my account was stolen. Rule 4: No tech support, basic or game specific questions Those go in or depending on how gaming specific the question is. I signed up with 1Password, and so glad I made the decision. I'm not sure how did a friend like mine gets all of the accounts like that, like, do you own a list of 1000 accounts that has same games? We ask all users with a potential conflict of interest e. Should I be changing my password every single time? Because even uplay allows you to change email address and password.
I have this ridiculous email coming to my inbox from several months ago, sometimes 5 times a day. No racist, sexist, homophobic, transphobic or other hateful language. The answer to this is if you can still log into your uplay account with your current password, then the email was a scam but if you can't log in then it was a genuine email and someone was trying to access your account and ubisoft locked them out. If at this point you do not have 2fa on an account that offers it, it is entirely on you if your account is compromised. Originally posted by :Claims to be friends with a hacker that has a list of 1000 accounts.
. . We no longer allow surveys. Seriously, i even have a screenshot of his list one time i ran through his gmail. This whole process took like 3 days too. Used to get hacked every time I took an extended break from the game. One additional thing that is a little odd in this case is that your friend said you were online in Uplay playing the game but not on Steam? Ubisoft email not a phishing scam The email shared was not a phishing scam, and you are advised to change your password immediately on the legitimate website.