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2-05-2009 @ 5:38PM
i'm actually a pretty frequent player.. i usually play about 3-4 hours a day.after 2.5 years of playing, i just had my account hacked on sunday. i know all about keeping my computer safe, since i used to work in the IT field.after several AV/malware/spyware scans, my computer turned up clean. no one else plays on my account normally either.so the only possible explanation is that my account got keylogged or hacked or something when i went to a gaming cafe to play. so use caution when going to one of those.also, i had the authenticator on my account, but i took it off when wotlk came out cuz it was getting annoying. needless to say, its back on now, and its never coming back off.
2-05-2009 @ 5:41PM
It took me a couple of tries to successfully order one. It blows me away that Blizz offers these for $6.50. I work in a company that does IT operations and we provide this kind of service for some of our customers, so I'm a true believer in the approach. Some of the brokerage firms provide this kind of technology for their customers to access their accounts from web browsers -- e*Trade gives them to customers with over $50K in assets and charges $25 for their other customers that want them.
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