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12-14-2010 @ 8:27PM
This article is quite misleading - yes, I'm sure some phishers are going to send out phony emails but, as one of the people whose Gawker account was definitely compromised, I received an email from Blizzard this morning that was most certainly legit, directing me to the legit Battle.net site. The screencap shows the legit email from Blizzard, plus this: "Well, players who happen to use this same email for Battle.net are getting some pretty realistic phishing emails" -- I'm sure is true, but there are legit emails going out as well.
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