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9-20-2010 @ 1:11PM
I have to laugh at the guild and authenticator idea as the only time I have seen a guild hacked was when the GM themselves got hacked--not one of the members or officers.
9-20-2010 @ 1:18PM
The guild master should get an authenticator too. In fact, if I were Blizzard, I'd make it so the leader must have an authenticator to enable this feature. I would probably stay away from a guild where the leader forces officers to have one but not himself, at any rate. That just shows you that the guild master puts themselves above their own rules.Of course, the guild masters you've dealt with could also be lying about getting hacked when in reality they ninja'd the bank for their own gain. (I've seen it happened before.)
9-20-2010 @ 3:41PM
As a GM I've been enforcing my officers have an authenticator anyways for a while now. About 5 months back we had a senior officer end up getting hacked from a flash vulnerability, and while Blizz was prompt about restoring the items taken from the gbank, it was still annoying. I've personally had an authenticator since the first batch were available for sale, I've spent far too much time in WoW to not pay the paltry amount they ask for peace of mind.
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