Jan 11th 2010 2:47PM In order to remove the authenticator from an account, you have to enter two codes from the authenticator. At least that's what it had me to do when I removed my iPod Authenticator in order to update it last time an update was available. This would make it impossible for a hacker to be able to remove the authenticator from the account unless they got the user to enter multiple codes, and even then they would probably still run out of time (the codes expiring) before they could get the authenticator removed. Anyone know if it's different for the removal of the physical authenticators?
Dec 18th 2009 3:44PM Good luck, Mike! The podcast won't be the same without you. Will you still make guest appearances from time to time on the podcast? Will you still be playing WoW?
Apr 30th 2009 9:11AM I think this ties back to the recently updated Add-On policy along with the lawsuit against Glider. It appears that Blizzard is trying to ensure that no one is profiting from third-party application development of any sort. This may be to prevent appeals from Glider or future "Glider" type applications from being able to use existing Add-Ons / third-party apps from creating a precedence that could be used to gain leverage in a lawsuit.