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2-05-2008 @ 5:55PM
I've seen this happen to people I know, too. I find that this always happens to people that fall under 1 of two categories: 1) computer illiterate (or not so literate) add-on junkies. Or 2) people that share their login with others.Number 2 seems to be quite a common one. Nobody thinks their friend(s) will ever hack their account. And to be honest, they probably would never. However, that doesn't say they could get a keylogger installed onto their system, completely exposing your info when they login.But there are other factors, too, such as using the same name / password on other forums (bad bad idea). And just telling trade channel your login info. Hey, who said all players were intelligent?
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