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2-15-2008 @ 9:54AM
An overlooked issue here isn't keyloggers. If your WoW password is the same as the password you use on some other website and that website gets hacked/intercepted/has a malicious adminstrator, you just gave away your WoW password.Treat your WoW password the same way you treat your ATM PIN. Far too many people overlook this problem.
2-15-2008 @ 10:45AM
The big thing that bothers me about this is that you have to use your wow password to log into the O-forums. This means if I want to post something from my parents house or an Internet Cafe or something, I'm having to hang my password out there on an unknown system.They should provide a way to link a forum password to your account so you only have to type in your "real" password when you first create your forum id.
2-15-2008 @ 11:02AM
@dfscottIts true. My account was hacked by posting on the official forums on an infected computer at school. The only thing you can do is avoid them when you're not at home.
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