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2-08-2010 @ 2:14PM
Don't overlook the very real chance that shared accounts are more likely to be compromised unless they all use authenticators. After all, a given account is being played from more than one computer so that account's information is at risk from all of the computers. If even one of them isn't well secured it could compromise not just one account but any account that the person on that computer logs into.
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