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2-28-2010 @ 11:34PM
I just thought of another good way to do it to make it impossible to hack even with a trojan. Make you have to put in a unique authenticator code twice: once when you login, then again at character select. Since you would have to get to the character select screen to input the second code, and logging to that point would kick anyone else on your account, and an authenticator # can't be used twice, there is no way for the hacker to get and use the second authenticator code. Logging out would invalidate his first code, and you'd have to use each code to get to the next step, and there's no way a trojan can trick you into thinking you're at character select when you're not.
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