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1-11-2010 @ 12:37PM
Gotta say I agree with AndremedaSC. You can bring your chance of getting hacked close to zero with smart internet browsing practices but when a legit website gets hacked, infected, whatever, or an ad ends up carrying the bad stuff.. you can't control that. You can just hope your anti-virus and whatever other things you have on your computer to protect you catch it.So, Authenticator = Good Idea. Though I do understand why people are reluctant (especially if they have to buy one separately) so I think that packaging it with a game would be the best bet.
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