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6-16-2011 @ 7:23PM
this only matters if maybe they use YOUR computer to login.trust me when i say blizz is using more then just a mere ip address to cache your logins, they have specs, they have hardware IDs, geographical locations. Someone with same IP isnt just gonna login without code and get away with it unless they literally use YOUR computer to do it, but at that point, the authenticator is least of your problems, but rathor, why someone is on YOUR computer over a remote connection and you need to get your PC in order.as for concern about household things, Wives, kids etc. Well, that's not really waht blizz designed authenicator for, that's what they made parental controls and regular passwords for.
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