Recently, users are increasingly reporting unauthorized access to their Nintendo accounts. Sometimes with financial damage. Time to change your password and set up two-step authentication.
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If you have a Nintendo Account, you are currently well advised to change your password completely and ideally even set up two-step authentication. On Twitter and Resetera, users are increasingly reporting notifications about unauthorized access to their accounts, as Nintendo usually confirms registrations by email. Most of these accesses come from the USA, Russia and Chile. Under this link
In some cases, even financial damage is said to have occurred to customers who have deposited their PayPal data. This data has reportedly been used to spend money on V-Bucks, the currency in Fortnite.
However, new passwords can also be cracked. To create additional security, Nintendo also offers the option of two-step authentication. However, a Google app on your smartphone is required. You can activate security measure at this link