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7-24-2008 @ 3:20PM
Nothing on this plant will be 100%. Its one more level of protection, and no longer an automated keylog=your stuff be gone. They have to call up Blizzard. The biggest problem i see is with someone the victim knows (maybe not in this case). You might be able to trick a Blizz Employee here and there, but no a common occurence.I am sure that if Blizz started getting a ton of calls to get the authenticator removed they'd be suspicious. Or atleast I'd hope so.
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