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6-10-2009 @ 4:58PM
The person who has an authenticator and falls for this is a moron - you can't "have box under the username/password boxes and say to only enter the authenticator code if you have one" because the screen where you enter your authenticator code only comes up after your username and password have been entered. You put in the username, password, hit 'log on' and then a new window pops up for the authenticator code. Anyone who uses the authenticator would have to be superbly foolish to fall for the scam of having them on the same login screen.
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