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11-09-2010 @ 6:09PM
@bushkanaka86 I imagine it will count, since when you go set it up, you're setting up an authenticator.It's an interesting idea. Sure, there are probably ways around it, but lets be honest, nothing is 100% safe, anyway. These authenticators are basically making most accounts harder to hack (not impossible), which means hackers will often pass them by to go after easier accounts to hack.
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