Jun 17th 2011 6:40AM This means hackers won't be targeting blizz anymore. Instead they will be trying to pivot through player pc's.
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Dec 7th 2010 10:14AM Comment.
Dec 7th 2010 5:48AM a comment.
Jul 28th 2010 2:39PM In the future I will have my lawyer review my wow.com posts to ensure they meet the niko standards, except this one of course. lol, yeah it does look like I could be giving them a hard time but so what. They made this mess.
Jul 28th 2010 2:20PM Wow. lol. The GG was to Blizz for adding this new layer of security to foil the hackers. Some easy rage in here today.
So is not having an authenticator considered not protecting your account and if so then would it not be up to Blizz to ensure people had them (they make you select a password so case in point before you go off).
Sorry don't mean to feed the trolls.
Jul 28th 2010 1:54PM This is a good idea, I got hacked a few weeks ago and they put one of these on. Very frustrating to try and get this removed before you can even start to gain control of your account back. GG Blizz.
BTW. This is creating an incentive for hackers to be a little more intrusive i.e. your e-mail account getting hacked. Blizzard recommends using a different e-mail than you would use for other things in your personal life which is a good idea but in any case if your e-mail password is the same as your wow password it is a bad idea and is even more likely to be exploited now.