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WoW Account Security

Author: inwowgold Source: http://www.inwowgold.com

  MMO players gets to know that account security is always an issue, especially when login screens and in-game tips often remind us not to give out our login information to anyone. When accounts do become compromised, the company is rarely able to compensate players for lost content.

Some game publishers send USB dongles with a demo version or the still tested/not finished version of a game, to be seen and evaluated. If the dongle isn't plugged in the game, this is not operable.

This sparked a brilliant yet simple idea at Blizzard to use this sort of device in protecting your Wow account from trojans and keyloggers. All you have to do is connect the device and you automatically log on with no risk of leaving your id and password in someone else's hands.

The thought of this being possible was not totally by chance as there had been some concerns about wow accounts security from earlier times, making it only a matter of time before someone would come up with this idea.

There are other devices out there that exist for the sole reason of protecting information and which have one or more levels of security, so it isn't a big deal, not yet anyway; this can only conclude that Blizzard is making a marketing move to insure its customers of their continued (or discontinued) efforts to provide some level of security. Who wouldn't pay to have their privacy "private"?

Well, Blizzard is taking extra measures with its MMO World of Warcraft with the release of a Blizzard Authenticator, a keychain that also acts as a code generator. According to Gamasutra, this device will give users a six digit code in addition to their login and password to "help prevent unauthorized account access." The keychain costs 6.50 USD and generate a unique code per user valid only once for a limited time. This code would then be required to access a WoW account once linked to it.

The code isn't meant to replace the player's existing login and password, but add extra security in case players feel they need to take this precaution. If the code is ever lost, Blizzard's account services team can help retrieve it by verifying some secure information. Blizzard co-founder and CEO Mike Morhaime explains, it's important to us that World of Warcraft gold offers a safe and enjoyable game environment. One aspect of that is helping players avoid account compromise, so we're pleased to make this additional layer of security available to them.

For all of us online, account security is very important. Recently we have seen a rise in the number of compromised World of Warcraft accounts, we recommend you to take a few moments to read these tips to help protect your privacy and ensure your security.

First of all, you should verify your email address in Account Management is current. You can see your address on the right side of the Account Management page and change it with the "Change Contact Info" button.

Secondly, it is better for you to make sure your operating system, web browser, and other software is up-to-date with the latest patches and security updates. And you must scan your computer for viruses, Trojans, and key loggers.

After doing this, we highly recommend changing the password on the account to a brand-new, unique one, and making sure to keep this password private. So we best hope that these simple steps can go a long way in maintaining account security.

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