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3-15-2008 @ 3:48PM
If someone is logging your keyboard activity, there's not a damn thing Blizzard (or your bank, or your ISP, or your e-mail provider, or...) can do about it - they have your credentials. There's a simple solution: Don't. Get. Hacked.Be at least semi-intelligent and responsible for your own damn stuff for once. It's not Blizzard's fault that YOU got YOUR computer hacked. Blizzard didn't do anything - it's not something in their game, it's not to do with their servers, etc - it's your damn fault and they shouldn't have to bail you out. I'm still at a loss as to how so many people can be such total and complete morons.
3-15-2008 @ 6:25PM
It is not Blizzards fault that people get hacked, but insinuating that anyone who does get hacked is just stupid is not helpful either.I liken it to saying to someone 'well, just don't get ill then!'. Offer constructive advice if you are an expert in the IT field or if you feel you know more than others.
3-16-2008 @ 9:49AM
Ok, let's use the "don't get ill" metaphor. People who actively ensure they aren't keylogged using legitimate methods and not insane paranoia or voodoo methods (copy/paste = voodoo) are like people who watch their diet, stay in shape, and get vacinated.People who are running around sharing their passwords with friends, logging in ANYWHERE but on their machine, and/or using IE at all or FF unprotected are like people who lick every doorknob they see.
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