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6-20-2011 @ 4:26PM
I don't like this AT ALL! I usually play at home but during working hours play during lunch on my laptop using my office wireless network. This afternoon I logged in as usual and didn't have to use my authenticator. So even though the IP address has been used by me legitimately in the past, there no longer seems to be a safeguard in place - a safeguard I paid for (granted, not a lot, but I did pay for it) - to ensure I am who I say I am at a different IP address than my primary one at home. Can we set it to require a authenticator key at each log in anyway?
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