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12-10-2010 @ 4:40PM
I have been hacked (or more accurately, keylogged) twice by using the Curse Installer/Updater. There was a certain addon that after I used Curse to installed it, I started getting hacked, even after I changed my password. I Used Curse to uninstall it, and between that and buying myself an authenticator, I was all set.My only guess is that while the Curse Client is fine, that addon had some sort of installation script that ran a keylogger. This was an addon I had read about from this website (tho I forget the name), and I heard stories of other ppl in the same boat as me.Oh, and I'm an IT tech here as well, and i'm usually very cautious with my downloads. Short story: the author has a valid point. He RECOMMENDS using Curse.com, just not the client. Please do so.
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