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6-10-2009 @ 5:42PM
a more authentic way would be for the site victim enters their details send those same details to an actual blizzard account management site, and if it is prompted for the auth code, then ask for it.This would be done by code, so the victim wouldn't know it was done.It wouldn't be too hard to do, just need some http parsing by the server code to know what to look for in each case.This way, it would also be possible to prompt a victim for the correct log in details [uname/pwd] if they entered them incorrectly.
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