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12-31-2008 @ 1:28PM
Simple solution... Make a text file, put your password in there... and COPY it by highlighting and pressing Ctrl + C.Now, open WoW... type in your USERNAME... then go to the password field and hit Ctrl + V to PASTE the password into the field. You've just thwarted any Keylogger you might have, since they just got a big log of Ctrl + VIf you play at multiple locations... just email your password... to yourself. When you go somewhere else, bring up your email... and do the same things listed above.I got hacked ONCE... since then i've used this method and never had any issues. Norton, Mcaffee, all the AntiVirus software is crap when it comes to WoW related keyloggers. They just don't find them reliably enough or you need to scan while the WoW client is running to have a hope of finding them running. My computer had every security hole plugged 2 years ago that could be plugged without making me unable to connect to the interweb ;) I still got hacked, and now I use the method listed above... no problems whatsoever.
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