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2-28-2010 @ 3:57PM
@peter_vutovYou attempt to log in, inputting your authenticator code. This malware redirects the information to the hacker so they can log into your account right now.Meanwhile, the hacker's server responds to make your client think you put in the wrong information. You never even get through to Blizzard's authentication servers.You will continue to get "Incorrect information" errors until you locate and remove the malware, which is more than enough time for an efficient hacker to clean you out.
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