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12-31-2008 @ 1:56PM
Did you just stop reading at that sentence? Because the very next one proves your point: "In the absence of those two, the caller must be able to provide a large amount of very personal information." That form sure looks like a lot of personal information to me.Also, the author of this article used to work for Blizzard and handled a rather well-known case involving account hacking and the authenticator. So he can probably myth-bust with much more accuracy than you can.
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