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1-21-2010 @ 10:29PM
I'm just glad to see an article pointing out links and information on how to go about recovering an account.Still, I think this whole push for authenticators brings to the front something else: if it's a hack by keylogger, how much easier is it to see someone type www.bankname.com or www.ebay.com or other related, serious, real world sites followed by username and a password than to guess that email/pass is logging into WoW? I won't get into the argument over authenticators other than I hope they are never mandatory, but seriously if my WoW account ever got hacked (say if I ever take my authenticator off for some reason), Blizzard would be one of the last companies I make phone calls to since this is like the equivalent to me having my wallet stolen.
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