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8-05-2008 @ 3:09PM
Has anyone considered the possibility that the person who was hacked is in cahoots with some notorious account stealing organisation. After all these is apparently millions if not billions of dollars in this virtual economy. Imagine if you will the person in question is in somehow linked to one of these organisations and they see these authenticators as a thread to their business.Whats the best and cheapest way to get around the authenticator? - Obviously to lay seeds of doubt in the community that they actually offer no protection at all. Even the Moderators on the forum are saying that the Key was used in access of the account, its very unlikely the Keys were already hacked they haven't been out that long and there isn't that many available to test with anyway.Again I'm not saying I know anything (cause I don't) but what I am saying is we should at least consider the possibility that this was a planned hack to discourage people from buying and linking these to there accounts.Me personally as soon as one becomes available I'm buying one.
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