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6-28-2008 @ 6:41AM
Keyloggers won't defeat these little keyfobs. They give a different code every time you press the button, based on an initial "key" known to Blizzard and the breakdown of an isotope. Without knowing the initial key and the time the sequence started, there's currently no way around them.These dongles are used in high-security applications including secure network access and internet banking, it's quite surprising to see them rolled out for a computer game.
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