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7-25-2008 @ 12:23AM
User's Secret Question - no problem, very often these are simple unsecure answers that can be guessedCD-Key - again no problem, there's probably key-gens that'll give you valid ones.Address - please...like this isn't stored on half a million servers worldwide.Now here's the thing that's got me going WTF? - How in his noodly appendage's name did someone manage to get those three pieces of information to match up for the same account without the user providing all of it? Note: if the user provided all this, then it's their own damn fault and I chalk it up to stupidityRegardless of all that - technology can only protect so much, people seem to forget that good ol social engineering is still one of the best ways to crack a system.
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