It's 2018 and this is still an issue Spotify is not addressing. I just had this problem this week and found out that Spotiamb (which I don't recall enrolling or subscribing to) is the culprit. They also ditched the idea of having 2-factor authentication for accounts to prevent this kind of hacking.
I've tried every single thing to "solve" this issue that Spotify has suggested, but the Spotiamb hacker is still appearing. I even logged out every single device and changed my password. Understandably, I'm getting pretty **bleep** that Spotify isn't taking this situation seriously and keeps blaming it on sharing your account with others. I've literally never let anyone else use my account, not to mention, the password I've changed my account to is completely unique. I've never connected my Spotify with Facebook so I really don't see where this problem is coming from. Please help me with this!
Re: Spotify Connect Exploit - Spotiamb 0.2.1. - hijacks user accounts to play songs.
##- Mollieandra, have you tried to change the email account you have registered on spotify? Maybe a new email, and a new password can work. In my case, was enough with change my login in from facebook to an email. Just to be sure, verify your account and disconnect all devices and apps. I hope it works for you. I understand how annoying is spotiamb situation! :( -##
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