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EA Origin vulnerability could have risked 300 million users

27 days ago   |   By SlashGear

Security breaches and vulnerabilities in gaming services are nothing new, and today, researchers with Check Point Research and CyberInt are detailing the discovery of a particularly nasty one in EA's Origin service. Origin, of course, is EA's digital distribution platform similar to Steam, and since it's the only way to get newly-released EA games on PC, it's built up a...
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EA fixes Origin flaw that could have left 300 million users vulnerable to hackers

EA fixes Origin flaw that could have left 300 million users vulnerable to hackers

27 days ago   |   By The Inquirer

Just hijacking it
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EA patched Origin security flaws that put millions of users at risk

EA patched Origin security flaws that put millions of users at risk

27 days ago   |   By Engadget

EA patched flaws in its Origin platform that could have enabled hackers to hijack and exploit millions of users' accounts. The vulnerabilities were spotted by Check Point Research and CyberInt, and once exploited, they could have allowed player accou...
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EA Origin had a vulnerability that left 300 million players potentially exposed - CNET

27 days ago   |   By CNET

The security flaw would have let hackers take over people's account without needing to steal a login and password.
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EA fixes cloud flaw that could have left user accounts at risk

27 days ago   |   By ZDnet

Tech security companies said a "chain of vulnerabilities", now fixed, could have left accounts vulnerable to attack.
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