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1-12-2010 @ 3:12AM
Over the few years that I've been playing only handful of players I know have been hacked.I don't use an authenticator and if it is not made mandatory I probably never will. Why?Some of you say never say never, that there is always is a chance of being hacked. Well that is chance I will take. Unlike most people I can honestly say I've not had a virus, keylogger etc in years. Don't force this authenticator unto everyone cause of a few thousand people who can't keep their accounts safe. Have you ever noticed how most of the time its the same people who get hacked over and over again? Its hilarious to be honest.You must be an idiot to run unkown files on your pc anyway, seriously use SANDBOXIE.Oh thx to the noobs who keep down voting constructive posts. Seriously do you get some kind of rush out of it?
1-12-2010 @ 11:08AM
Gray comments are the ones usually worth reading on WoW.com, I find. They tend to contain real argument, so naturally the pawns that comprise most of humanity will hate on them.
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