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4-08-2009 @ 11:07PM
I'm not a security expert but there are ways to get around RNG authenticators like Blizzard has without knowing all of a user's information. To my understanding such methods require a very high degree of technical skill and lots of resources to crunch ciphers and other codes. To be clear, no system is 100% hack proof. The weak spot in the Blizzard system (along with many other systems) is the human component. So long as you are careful about what is installed on your PC and you don't openly share your account info you are more likely to be struck by lightning and win the lottery on the same day than to have your WoW account hacked.
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