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2-21-2012 @ 2:54AM
Kimpossibru, Its all well and good saying openraid only reveals you raidid and is only revealed when nesscesary. That Doesnt Change the Fact its sitting on Your Database and I would have to take it on trust that you would not use it or sell it to others for hacking/phising attempts.Twitterland system seems better to me id its as folks have said here as would be a smaller element of risk, but still to my mind only a fool would share their battlenet id before battletags are introduced.Just to note i do take my account security Very seriously, I Have had an authenticator Since launch and an Email Address Created exclusivly For my Battlenet Account And Used Nowhere Else.Unfortunatly Anysystem that forces you to reveal part of what i would consider secure informaition "Ie Any part of you login detail's" Is inherently flawed from a safety perspective
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