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10-15-2009 @ 4:49AM
You people are a bunch of computer zero's. If a hackers is already in your compter then it doesn't matter if you have an authenticator or not - your stuff is comprimised.The facts are that battlenet.com is not as secure as what I am currently using and their password requirements are weaker than what I use now. This leads me to believe that they have holes in their website or are comprimising user information. The authenticator should not be the end all solution if their website was secure to begin with - I know savvy computer users that have been hacked since crossing over to Battle.net - this means much more to me than a bunch of Fan Boy idiots downgrading comments from users that have REAL concerns.Just another reason to bag ass as soon as possible ....and ....Her five-year mission: To explore strange, new worlds; To seek out new life and new civilizations; To boldly go where no man has gone before..."TM
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