Nereus That REALLY sucks. I don't think FF has much to do with it though, other than they happened to be using that browser when they hacked your account. I have 2-step verification for Amazon, which means they will send a text to my cellphone if I log in from a non-trusted device, and I have to enter that code or there's no access. I add 2-step verification to every account I have where it's offered, which is most of them these days. Soon as you get your account back, set it up. Go to 'your account' and then 'login & security' to set it up.
bob16314Thanks for the heads-up, but you better get Adam Schiff and Jerry Nadler on this right away!
rjohnson11If you receive emails like this then I suspect this is a phishing email. To verify this do not click on any links in the email. Use a separate browser and log into your Amazon account. If that works report the email as a phishing attempt.
XrayMan UPDATE: My Steam, and Ubisoft accounts were hacked also. Happened this morning. Next update: Amazon support helped me change to a new Email address, and Password. I'm good to go there. Next is Steam, and Ubisoft.
XrayMan UPDATE: Well I was able to fix Ubisoft. The only problem site is Steam. No matter what I try, I can't log in. I emailed Tech Support. Hopefully they respond soon.
XrayMan UPDATE: Managed to get my Steam account to work. Everything is back to normal now. I will definitely do things differently from now on.