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New issues with Adobe Flash, Google search links could compromise your account {WoW}

Jun 8th 2010 6:53AM Authenticators do not prevent your machine from being hacked. They prevent the hackers from using their keylogged information to log into your wow account. Oh, very nice. But YOUR MACHINE HAS STILL BEEN HACKED. You just don't know about it yet. They can install whatever they want, and quite possibly that isn't just going to be stuff to attack warcraft. Heck, that same keylogger is most likely capturing every single password and user ID you're entering on that machine. I think Authenticators provide a lot of false security to people.

The spammers new (old) methods {WoW}

May 28th 2007 7:34AM "I used the wonderful and quick "right-click"... Then noticed I can use it to invite... The spammer didn't seem to want to group with me..."

Hm. If a hundred people saw the spam, and they all did that, would the spammer have to manually decline all one hundred invites? Cause that would really be a shame, if so.