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1-15-2010 @ 1:35PM
wdm, even if it did ask for an authenticator number, they would have to use it within a minute or less for it to be valid. Then that would log them in to the game. Once. Or they could use it to get to your account. Once. But they wouldn't be able to remove the authenticator or change the password or make any other changes without putting another authenticator code in.An authenticator completely protects your WoW account in this case. If the phishing site uses your login info to get into other kinds of accounts... well that's why your WoW account info should be different from your bank/email/whatever info.
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