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6-05-2007 @ 6:39PM
If you're really worried about keyloggers, keep a text file on your desktop with your password in it. When you want to log in to WoW, open the text file and copy the password to the clipboard (CTRL-c) and then click the password field in WoW and press paste (CTRL-v). There, you've logged in to WoW without ever typing your password, so keyloggers can't see it.If you're worried about your password sitting in a ordinary text file on your desktop, use Locknote ( http://sourceforge.net/projects/locknote ) to password protect the text document containing the password. The keyloggers will see you typing in the locknote password, but it won't do any good, because that won't be the password that you use to log in to WoW. You're safe!
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