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6-19-2011 @ 1:39AM
I just tried logging in and it asked for my authenticator code for the first time in a few days. Granted, I am in a city 30 minutes away from my regular login, so I was happy to see that it recognized the need for the code. However, after entering the code and subsequently getting locked out of my account and forced to change my password, is not what I would call convenient. Thoroughly annoyed. If this "convenience" of not having to enter in my code every time is going to result in my having to change my password every time I'm not playing at my apartment, then it is not convenient at all.
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