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8-05-2008 @ 2:44PM
Some clarity to my comment:1) Serial nubmer is a single number affixed to the key fab. It is asked for when attaching it to an account (to identify which fab you have).2) This is not the generatred number that the fab creates
8-05-2008 @ 2:57PM
Thats what I was thinking. It would be a good assumption to assume that blizzard uses the same algarithem(sp) in the chip and just uses the serial as the unique input. Hacker probably pulled the chip from a fab, dumped the chips program. and just rewrote a simple script. To input any serial.
8-05-2008 @ 3:11PM
1) Woo at censorship of comments on wowinsider.2) According to the company who makes these keys, the serial number corresponds to a RSA private key in a database only accessible from Blizzard and the Company who makes them.Chances that this 'hacker' got that database are about the same liklihood that he hitup NSA as well.(the company that makes Blizzard keys, also makes them for several hiprofile company / goverment agencies)
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