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1-11-2010 @ 12:10PM
I'm an officer in a very very large guild (3000+ members) and we have someone getting hacked every couple of weeks. We talk about authenticators to the members constantly, but there are still people who just don't seem to get the message. I must confess I get rather tired of hearing "I didn't think I really needed one!" or "I'm too smart and savvy to get hacked."There have been cases of people picking up a keylogger that was embedded in an ad on a legitimate, mainstream website, even without clicking on the ad. You can do everything right in terms of browsing practices, and still get hacked. Not everyone who gets hacked is an internet noob, folks. Two-factor authentication is your friend!
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