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7-24-2008 @ 3:49PM
I lol'd irl when i read this post. So basically this person is making this story up and is saying woe me now. The other alternative is that this person invited over a douche bag or made one of their friends mad that had access to their house. They got their account info by installing a keylogger locally or the hackee had their user/pass written down where anyone could see it. Maybe the hackee gave up their info to someone else who also played on the account? Then the hackee said "I gotta go poop" so the hacker wrote down their cd key and knew their name and address. The problem is the user and not the system so much. I am not a fan of how you can change your info and not be logged out but being booted from a raid in the middle of a boss fight really sucks. The bright side is that you know something is wrong and you are gonna get all your stuff compromised.
7-24-2008 @ 4:10PM
It's amazing that you know every single detail of the story, as viewed from the perspective of every party involved, without actually being involved in the slightest.You have no idea what actually happened, nor do you know who is responsible, so don't bother stating your theory as a fact.
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