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8-05-2008 @ 4:03PM
All this means is that, for the case in question, someone in the household did it. Or a friend who had access to the account owner's fob.I mean seriously - the serial number was asked for and given, account information was verified in order to do the password thing. All that says to me is that somebody the account owner knew did it. Roommate, sibling, friend with access to the residence, whatever. Someone with a reason to either play a trick on you or be pissed off at you, wait til you're out, and then clean out your account or otherwise mess with your toon(s).My husband has an authenticator on his account. Although I do know his password, even if I didn't it would be so easy for me to get to Blizzard, answer all his secret questions correctly, get the password reset. I have access to his email via his computer and his fob's sitting on the desk across the room.So yes if the person was "hacked', it was an "inside job".That's all this was.
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