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Posted 29 April 2010 - 06:14 AM
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Posted 30 April 2010 - 03:37 AM
Just wondering if there is any consensus on what may cause World of Warcraft account security problems that lead to accounts being hacked/taken over. The Blizzard site lists several common schemes and they all sound likely, but none of them apply to my specific situation. My friend's account was hacked and she does not respond to any phishing attempts, she doesn't go to bizarre locations on the web, she has a mac and has never had virus problems, she doesn't share her information with anyone, etc. I'm just wracking my brain trying to figure out how her account, and 5 other members of our guild with similar stories, got their accounts hacked in recent months. I'm wondering if maybe one of the sites we trust is compromised? The one that manages our guild information, etc? Any thoughts/ideas/etc. are appreciated.
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