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7-24-2008 @ 2:42PM
So for someone else to get access to your account they have to:Get your username and password (easy, keylogger)Get your Full name and mailing address (not so easy, but could still be done with a keylogger)Answers your secret question correctly (very situational, but could be gotten with a keylogger)Has your CD Key (hard as hell, maybe with a keylogger that was on when you installed WoW? I'm pretty sure this isn't kept on your local PC)Goes through the hassle to remove the authenticator from your account (easy, IF you have completed all previous steps)I think you have some major security issues that are beyond reasonable control if people on the internet can get through all that. I sure hope you're never typing in your credit card number on that PC.
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