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1-30-2010 @ 7:41PM
I read the pages hours before this article was posted and I had to say it make for a great laugh. Beyond my cynicism, it really was a hilarious set of common sense lists and it hurts my brain to think that they really needed to spend that much time one it when people aren't going to listen to it any way. I mean all the kiddies out there playing WoW aren't even going to read these pages and the grown ups looking at it are going do say what I said "No s**t Sherlock!" then go and do something to compromise their account any way.I've had an authenticator for months, got one right after my guild leader got hacked and most of every thing from his account and our guild bank stolen. I have multiple security features running on my computer because I've had virus' in the past.. The only way to stop people from acting like they do, the way those pages blizzard made says to act, is for them to see someone go through it and quit saying "it will never happen to me" or for them to go through it them selves and see how much of a pain in the ass it is.
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