Can someone explain to me, how a hacker would attain an account on a website that is protected by 2FA with Google Authentication?
My havelock investments account was hacked. I have 2FA authentication enabled, and yet, it was nothing to them. How is this possible?
Also, my computer is virus free. I don't download suspicious files and I definitely don't run them. I would consider myself technologicaly savvy, especially enough not to be infected with something malicious.
Of course, after this happened, I scanned my whole computer with MBAM, ADwCleaner, and Avast. They found nothing, nothing at all.
Where you keep your private key for 2FA?
What device you use to generate the 2FA - is that virus free too?
Were your computer and 2FA device virus free when you enabled 2FA?
These are some problems to think about. If all this don't lead to a possible backdoor, then the only solution remaining would be a fraud from the website where you had the money.