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12-10-2010 @ 4:54PM
What happened was that there were fake sites masquerading as Curse that appeared at the top of Google sponsored result listings. The Curse client has _never_ been compromised. While I appreciate the assertions regarding Flash appearing in the client, what's to say that the very large Flash ad at the top of this very page isn't malicious? Does WoW Insider screen every single ad that they get? I seriously doubt it, because they likely use advertising companies that push ads, rather than screening every single one.So, if we're all supposed to be terrified of Flash, then we should also stop visiting WoW Insider and 90% of websites out there?
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