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8-05-2008 @ 3:46PM
I'm calling my original theory when I first heard about this. I'm gonna say one of this person's friends or someone who knows him and his password (maybe the reason he got the thing in the firstplace) nabbed the authenticator and used it to quickly change his password. Since the serial key was provided, whoever did it had to have the authenticator or a picture of that particular one. This can be chalked to an WoW version of ID theft, and for anyone familiar with any identity theft, the person committing the act is usually a friend/relative of the victim. Thats just a documented fact.
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