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3-31-2010 @ 6:13PM
Very sneaky hack. I am honestly thinking as an IT pro I would almost or even really fall for that one.For one thing it actually features correct use of the English language.For another it is in a place you would consider Blizz had made safe.The secret answer and CD-Key is a bit of a give away, the CD-Key I think would cause most people though to try to put in as much as they could or leave it blank... maybe, just maybe that scammers are hoping someone will actually buy a new key for them.Yep, they are getting scary now with Authenticator MITM, using Flash exploits on Curse.com, and changing the login screen.
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