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5-13-2010 @ 1:48PM
Oh I am sure there are tons of people who will use the system without thinking about it. They won't realize it's dangerous to give out their login information or that the name is pulled from your billing information. They won't realize that when your friend get's hacked the first thing the hacker will do is look at who they trust (RealID friends list) to see who to hack next. Just think that hacker now knows your full name and email and character information, but you could craft a very credible email from that friend or blizzard phishing for account information. It's a great chat system, one I would love to use. Unfortunately the implementation is very dangerous.
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