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6-10-2009 @ 8:25PM
"Anyone who uses the authenticator would have to be superbly foolish to fall for the scam of having them on the same login screen."If they have come as far as even seeing this phishing screen, don't you think a small detail like this will just be ignored? I mean, to get this far, you have to be seriously mentally challenged.
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