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7-24-2008 @ 2:34PM
This is very easy to investigate... try to remove your own authenticator. See what the process is.Come on, WoW Insider... how about a little investigative reporting? ;)At any rate, it is highly unlikely that a complete stranger (as in the case of a key logger) could guess your security question's answer, unless you picked a really stupid answer. /shrug
7-24-2008 @ 2:44PM
Dude. It's a *blog*.
7-24-2008 @ 3:18PM
Yes, it's a blog... so? Is it too much to ask for them to pick up a phone and call Blizzard tech support to lend some hard facts to a story they are reporting on? I mean, it's pretty clear the first reaction of most people to news like this is going to be fear and worry... so why not go the extra mile and see if there's anything to actually worry about?Just because it's a blog doesn't mean it can't go from mid-grade to awesome. :P
7-24-2008 @ 4:56PM
Agreed. Claiming to be only a *blog* is not some deus ex machina you can whip out whenever you take heat for poor quality.
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