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9-24-2010 @ 12:02PM
Maybe I'm too cynical. Any time I see a piece of gear that's got a game franchise emblazoned on it, I immediately ignore it. It takes a lot of good reviews for me to even look at it a second time. It's like they're trying too hard to sell the device by latching on to a popular tittle. The only reason I'd accept a WoW logo on one of these devices is if the function of the device was WoW-centric which usually isn't the case.I have a hardware Authenticator. I ordered it before I got an Android based phone. And even though I downloaded an Authenticator app to toy around with it, I still use the hardware token. Dedicated hardware is the best option from a security perspective. I don't know if I trust the build quality enough to keep it on my keychain (in comparison, RSA's tokens are very rugged - albeit much, much more expensive). I'm considering getting some little velcro dots and sticking my Authenticator token on my case or monitor bezel.
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