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6-12-2007 @ 10:16PM
That's too rich...Blizzard, Blizzard, Blizzard...If they do end up blocking links entirely, I'll be sad. I don't see an all-around block helping tons (although people might actually think about where they're surfing to if they need to copy-paste), but rather it's time to instate some kind of pre-viewer of websites to scan a page for viruses, trojans, and other background badness before the user's browser loads the webpage.It's a touchy subject, this keylogging problem. Going too far with protection will anger the forum user base, but being too lax will get people hacked and put a heavier load on the GMs. What to do?
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