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1-21-2010 @ 8:09PM
Your wrong, sparcrypt. I do know a LOT about internet security. I had not even accessed the account for a few months. Suddenly, I get two emails, one that the wrath of the lich king trial had been activated, and one from blizzard saying the account had been locked for improper usage. I have a full version of MacAfee Internet Security. I keep it updated, and the computer scanned. I don't enter my information anywhere, without checking the web address carefully. If I DO get phished, I immediately change the password. (Has happened to me twice, once on Myspace, I forget the other.)As far as Authenticators, I still believe that if 90 percent of WoW users got an Authenticator, then the Authenticator would itself become a target.
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