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8-05-2008 @ 3:13PM
This is only happened to 1# person so far, to my knowledge, it's not as though this is a world wide panic of easy mode account hacking. As long as there are smart intelligant clever minded individuals out there, secruity will be an issue. If somone wants to get some information they will seize it.Why anyone thought that by buying one it would make them 100% hack proof is beyond me. The people who thought this, seem to be very nieve to the way the world works then.A man from england is being extroditend to America for hacking into the FBI, Pentagon etc. on a £200 computer in his bedroom and messing around with their files. So that really proves my point on how no one is going to be 100% safe & Secure in the digital or real world.We can only put up extra lines of defence to protect our selves.Yours KnowledgablyArch Mage Wimpkin (the 3rd)
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