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1-11-2010 @ 12:05PM
>How about the new it'd never happen to you either if you didn't share your information or fall for phishing scams. I know it's tough, but it's called using common sense.<While that's reasonable enough to believe, the sad fact is that not everybody is that sensible. Nor are those the only ways to hack accounts, so it's not even actually an argument against Authenticators.You might as well say you know better than to make typos. OH WAIT, you did.Yeah, belt and suspenders, nothing wrong with them.
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