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2-15-2008 @ 8:54AM
Yeah... add-ons can't be malicious. Unless you are downloading and running executable for an add-on... which should never be the case. The worst thing you can do is go to a lot of WoW-related sites using IE. Use Firefox and/or only go to sites that you know are reliable. If you are going to go to "suspect" sites, as research for your blog, then ffs use a different computer from the one you play WoW on. It also helps to occasionally change your password. I've found a keylogger on my computer before and immediately cleaned the computer and changed my WoW password. If its any comfort, my co-worker had his account stolen (luckily it was his 2nd account) last year and all of his items were returned to him by Blizzard. That was over a year ago (before TBC).
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