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6-16-2011 @ 7:47PM
Exactly. I pick up my authenticator just after I type my password and hit "enter". By the time it verifies that and pops up the authenticator prompt I am ready. There is little to no inconvenience.I also bet people will lose authenticators a lot more often if they go months between being prompted for them. The need to enter the code at every login means I am mindful about where my authenticator is (and remember to bring it on trips if I want to play WoW).
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