I'm going to use a car analogy here, because it's traditional, and it's become a running gag.
Don't whine about the names used, at least it's recognized. Also, I'm not a car guy, so I don't care if I name the wrong parts.
Let's say you buy a Ford car. You've had a great time with that car, no problems at all. Then one day when you're getting gas, all of a sudden there's an explosion and your carburetor flies though the hood of your car and explodes a hundred feet up like fireworks!
After a bit of research, you find out that Ford has started doping that gas so if it's used in a Ford car with Non-Ford Official and Authorized parts, it causes the rather spectacular event you already witnessed.
Does Ford actually have the right to do that? Even if you bought it from an Authorized Ford Dealer? You bought it new?
Even if you didn't, how can they legally justify damaging YOUR property?
Trust me, if cars were shutting down unexpectedly because of an intentional act of sabotage, there would be hell to pay for the saboteurs.
Why does anyone think this situation should be any different?