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5-20-2008 @ 6:24AM
all i can say is: if warden was all that it's hyped up to be, how come it can never catch the plethora of key loggers that are helping compromise 1000's of users' accounts? Blizzard make great games, but i suspect that it checks for only a very limited set of processes that it knows 100% are bad, because blizzard are not mcafee, or norton, or kaspersky; they aren't security experts. it's a privacy issue along the lines of google email. Yes, they have access to this ever-growing library of information of users' PCs, but they don't use it, yet. It's like a ticking time bomb.
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