Jan 13th 2010 5:11PM So, in the interest of "fostering community growth and positive interaction" you'll no longer be warning the community of jerks who are at large and might be transferring to a server where I play?
Fostering community growth sounds like a good goal, but ignoring the negative aspects of our community rather than bringing them out in the open seems counter-productive.
I'd rather see the darker side of things brought to light so that we realize it's still out there and we can all be on guard.
I'm 100% against the change to this article. :(
Dec 25th 2009 12:22PM I'd love to win that!
Nov 24th 2009 12:46AM That thing is sooo cute!!
Nov 18th 2009 4:20PM Agreed! I'm glad to hear that you guys will be working to resolve the issue. I'll e-mail you from my newly formatted machine. :) I have a friend in-guild whose WoW account was compromised through a trojan he received the same way I did. I'll see if he will e-mail you as well. Thankfully I've got an authenticator so it didn't hurt my gaming.
Nov 18th 2009 3:49PM I had McAfee, fully updated, as well as an anti-malware program, Spybot. The trojan still got through (sorry, I should have said trojan in the first place, not virus). I understand that I can run websites without scripts, but I assumed wowhead.com was trusted enough that I didn't need to. I was wrong. If the problem has been fixed, I'll be happy. Until I hear from a reliable source that the issue has been corrected, I'll stay away from the site.
Nov 18th 2009 3:35PM My computer got a virus last month from Wowhead, so I haven't been back since. Has Wowhead corrected the problem? I think it was an issue with one of the advertisements they allow. I'm sooooo hesitant to return since I sure don't want another keylogger or whatever that Virtumonde junk was. :(