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10-27-2011 @ 4:39PM
As I see it, it's been reported that some people who steal accounts slap an authenticator on it to keep the original owner from changing the password and getting it back.If so, I can see this as a reasonable solution:1) Authenticator is required to prevent a guild master without one from getting hacked and the guild moved.2) Minimum of three days of owning one required to prevent the "hack+authenticate" tactic. (I guess this assumes the person who owns the account has time to contact Blizzard before the hacker can move the guild.
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