Why Microsoft?

I can't imagine why Microsoft says I violated their Service agreement .

I wonder what the definition of an account compromise is? What is the criteria for reasonable suspicion?

sus·pi·cion

[səˈspiSHən]

NOUN

suspicions (plural noun)

  1. a feeling or thought that something is possible, likely, or true.
  2. "she had a sneaking suspicion that he was laughing at her"
  3. synonyms: intuition · feeling · impression · inkling · surmise · guess · conjecture · speculation · hunch · fancy · notion · supposition · view · belief · idea · conclusion · theory · thesis · hypothesis · presentiment · premonition · gut feeling · feeling in one's bones · funny feeling · sixth sense
  4. antonyms: certainty
    • a feeling or belief that someone is guilty of an illegal, dishonest, or unpleasant action.
    • "police would not say what aroused their suspicions" · "he was arrested on suspicion of murder"
  5. cautious distrust.
  6. "her activities were regarded with suspicion by the headmistress"
  7. synonyms: misgiving · doubt · qualm · wariness · chariness · reservation · hesitation · scepticism · lack of faith · uncertainty · question · question mark · leeriness · distrust · mistrust
  8. a very slight trace.
  9. "a suspicion of a smile"
  10. synonyms: trace · touch · suggestion · hint · soupçon · tinge · shade · whisper · whiff · bit · trifle · drop · dash · tincture · sprinkling · breath · taste · scent · shadow · glimmer · scintilla · speck · smack · jot · mite · iota · tittle · whit

ORIGIN

Middle English: from Anglo-Norman Frenchsuspeciun, from medieval Latinsuspectio(n-), from suspicere‘mistrust’. The change in the second syllable was due to association with Old Frenchsuspicion (from Latinsuspicio(n-) ‘suspicion’).

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vi·o·la·tor

[ˈvīəˌlādər]

NOUN

violators (plural noun)

a person who breaks or fails to comply with a rule or formal agreement.

"a major crackdown on violators of immigration regulations" · "the new smoking restrictions call for hefty fines for violators"

a person who treats something with irreverence or disrespect.

"a violator of nature" · "a violator of sacred relics"

literary

a person who rapes or sexually assaults someone.

"Monica is able to name the violators of her body" · "a curse pronounced over the violators of children"