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2-15-2008 @ 10:53AM
What is Blizzard supposed to do? They don't control YOUR computer, you do. Microsoft wrote the bloody OS, and THEY can't secure it. WTF is Blizz gonna do? Amanda says in the article that she does not use Add-Ons. I would love to find out where THIS keylogger comes from. Anytime you hear about someone getting hacked a lot of the blame is focused on the Add-Ons. Since we have a case here with someone who says they don't use any add-ons, we can't use that excuse.One of the big culprits, I suspect, is online advertising. The advertising world is a murky one, with multiple partnerships, reselling agreements and add pools making it difficult to determine exactly where an ad came from. It would be easier for the bad guys to slip a compromised banner ad into the network and have it legitimately displayed on a website than to hack said website.
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