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12-10-2010 @ 4:16PM
THISIf your auto-updater is from a trusted source like Curse then you should be in the clear. The only way for the Curse auto updater to be compromised is if:1) someone hacked curse and you happen to update to a bogus updater (Very Unlikely)2) Your computer has some malware that specifically targets the curse updater (If so, you have bigger problems)3) You install the Curse updater from an unscrupulous site. If you're only going to curse.com then this isn't an issue.The same goes for WoWInterface, both sites go to great lengths to make sure there isn't any unsavory code on their site. I think this article does a disservice to those addon sites that have been nothing but reputable.
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