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2-15-2008 @ 8:23AM
Sorry to hear about this, we don't need to lose any more Shamans! I would double check your various UI mods and make sure you didn't get a tainted one. Had a friend use a secondary UI website when Curse was down and he got hit with a keylogger that didn't get picked up through his AVG anti-virus. Fortunately, ClamAV caught it after the fact and last I heard his account was fine with a new password.It sucks, but WoW is a hot target for cyber criminals.
2-15-2008 @ 8:34AM
I just thought of a decent aggressive strategy for protecting yourself from KeyLoggers.As noted above, play the password changing game. However, change your WoW password from a different computer than where you have WoW installed.Do this as often as you can, and hopefully it will help thwart KeyLoggers.
2-15-2008 @ 4:33PM
@EkimusSomehow I doubt repeatedly entering a password on different computers that you aren't responsible for securing would help security.
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