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8-05-2008 @ 5:28PM
Lets clarify some things, shall we? I use these at work and on my WoW account. I have them, I know how they work, and they are a tough nut to crack. Not impossible, but take way more effort than anything a WOW account could ever give you. First off, there is no failure on Blizzard's end, or the key manufacturers end. So what is the thing that most *LIKELY* happened? (ockham's razor is not an absolute, but in this case, nothing fits better) Well the person who claims to have been hacked, is most likely *AN IDIOT* who is the gullible sort who thinks along the lines of: "Gosh lots of people have access to my desk with the key on it, but there is no way my roommate/sibling/offspring/cousin/spouse/friend/acquaintence would ever do something like that." Uh huh. Moving along now.
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