As of November 18, 2020, Titanfall1 will also be available on the steam. This raises many questions as to whether the hacker’s insane attacks have been brought to an end on this merits. Unfortunately, being available on steam alone is not a solution yet, the hacker is still trying to ruin the players ’recreation. Thanks to the fact that the steam has also released a lot of new players, it has filled the servers on the extinct side, so now there are quite a few new players who can start on the path of development. Through our BestGaming discord account, we try to have a discussion about when the game will be clean. But unfortunately there are still scammers. A huge flaw in the game is that there is no administrative action against either the hacker or the scammers. This leaves it to everyone to send (sicc) reports to EA. Currently, you can access the TF1 game for € 7.99 on Steam, which might also open a new account. This is yet another opportunity for the hacker to attack TF1's servers. In our most recent observation, we came to the conclusion that by attacking DLCs, the hacker managed to achieve his goal on a few occasions, which is nothing more than scattering players on the server from the servers. Another minidg mystery to me is how he can join the lobby. This may be a vulnerability in Origin, but vulnerabilities in TF1 servers can also be exploited. I don’t think EA accounts can be said to be overly secure either.
The image above clearly shows that the hacker can use the player names. Most of what we could do was also activate the two authentications in the account security settings on the EA side, as well as set a more complex password. We encourage everyone to make these settings in their account settings, thereby reducing the possibility of the player's username being misused.
The question rightly arises for everyone as to how adequate data protection is on the part of EA. EA’s general terms and conditions are full of legal screws that wash them off in all respects. Although I’m not a lawyer, there aren’t many opportunities in my reading to legally harass this multi-high-tech company. In any case, we will look at the legal background, on which I will write a comprehensive opinion later. No one should have any doubts about steam not providing a definitive solution to the hacker yet, but nonetheless that life has returned to the TF1 servers, there is still plenty to come from experiencing further attacks from the Hacker.
I have mentioned in my previous articles that there is no meaningful discussion in the EA help center and helpdesk forums because of arrogant moderators. For years, those who write about the problem have been silenced. If we look at just the simple part of things, you might want to search EA’s popularity index using google. It immediately becomes apparent to everyone that their judgment is below criticism. It is interesting, by the way, that no action has been taken by EA's management. They try to be charitable, but that doesn’t solve the problem and their judgment won’t be positive either. I have been monitoring EA’s attitude towards customers for years and unfortunately there have been several negative opinions about them. What can we expect in the future? In my opinion, maybe there will be a free half year, or maybe less, until the hacker makes the game impossible again, and based on the fact that we waited 10-12 months before the game could be played again, his future is in doubt. We don’t have any information on what made the game playable again, but if it were still thanks to EA, they probably wouldn’t undertake it, if only to admit their mistakes. There has already been rumor that talented people have come out of the TF1 community who may have curbed the hacker. We do not know how, how and by what methods. However, if this is true, they deserve recognition and thanks. We're still watching the game, hoping for the best ... We'll be back soon.