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1-11-2010 @ 2:51PM
The code is good for 15 seconds. Not one minute or 1 hour, and all it takes to kick the hacker off your account is for you to log back into it. You cannot log into an account sell off all the gear, go though the players bank, sell off those items, and meet up with another compromised account within the time it takes the real owner of the account to log back into the account. Remember only one person can be logged into the account at a time. If i log in, and get disconnected , i log back in, that will then disconnect the "man in the middle". Unlike in banking log ins, the log in is a controlled environment. Your not at a compromised site that will give you false info to keep you from trying to log back in to kick the "man in the middle" out. For this to work with wow, the hackers would need to corrupt the wow.exe or replace it with a fake version that would give you fake error msgs when you try to login, keeping you from ever actually connecting to blizzard servers.
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