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7-24-2008 @ 2:11PM
Getting their hands on your password is one thing, but how did the hackers get a hold of this user's CD Key, address information, and the answer to their personal question?Was her computer riddled with spyware when she registered it?Or was this an inside job? An angry spouse, partner, sibling, roomate?
7-24-2008 @ 4:09PM
I'm also guessing the "hacker" is more of an "acquaintance" than the OP is letting on. Are CD keys even stored in your online profile? I've never seen where, if they are.
7-24-2008 @ 2:35PM
There's obviously more to this story than we're hearing.The idea that a hacker could get access to the CD key, personal information, *AND* their secret answer points to a hole in Blizzard network security more than anything else. That or an insider with loose morals...
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