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1-21-2010 @ 7:52PM
@joelThe current IE bug with zero day fix, just like 99.99% of all browser faults, rely on you going to a compromised website on the computer that you use for wow.Suggestion : Do not go to compromised websites, this includes thottbot and alakahzam as both are very liberal in what they let advertisers post as ads. Also if you feel you must venture to the wretched underbelly of the internet, do so on a "safe" computer, get a netbook, never put any information you wouldn't want the entire world to know on it.Personally I do not want to have to put in two passwords every time I log into wow because everyone else's account has been hacked.
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