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2-08-2010 @ 11:37PM
I have seen nothing but trouble from shared accounts. I love how everyone says "I only share my account with close friends, and I have no idea how it got hacked. I know they wouldn't have given the password out." No, they didn't but they gave access to someone who did by acccident or design.I also remember vividly a raider in one guild I belonged to who got sat down from raiding due to his incompetence. Mind you we were a very loose guild and tolerated a LOT. This guy however had a hard time logging in and out without screwing it up. His budddy came on to all his alts and went postal in Ironforge and on the guild channel until he got this guy and all his alts gkicked. Oh, and he never mentioned it was not the owner of the account. The buddy tried to be a butthead on vent, but we banned the IP, which was also the owners, not his.
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