akira675 wrote:I imagine they could disallow trial accounts from posting in general chat. In fact, its somewhat confusing that they haven't already. Either they deem it necessary to grasp the "full experience" of the game, or its woven inseparably around their systems.
Marius wrote:The reason the active quest is the fallen star is it was changed with the 'change quest' button so your stuff could be transferred to a level 1 character in a co-op game.
astraleclipse wrote:Could it also be a possibility that the character information for my DH got screwy in Blizzard's database? What is also strange, is that for my DH the active quest is the fallen star or first one for Tristram where in actual fact I was up to the black soul stone in Act 2.
Sathias wrote:There can't be a lot of profit in it.
Sathias wrote:I don't even know why the gold sellers/hackers bother. D3 has already had so much hyperflation in the 3 weeks its been going that the gold sellers are advertising millions of gold for relatively tiny amounts of money. There can't be a lot of profit in it.
akira675 wrote:Sathias wrote:There can't be a lot of profit in it.
Relatively tiny amounts of money for us yes.. But where do the gold sellers live? ;P
I remember one report from ages ago about a Chinese prison warden that was using inmates to farm WoW gold.
Auld wrote:FYI: The SMS notifications won't stop your account from getting hacked, they let you know about changes.
Email accounts aren't terribly hard to get into if you can look up some basic information on Facebook to answer the security questions. Once in you have access to pretty much every website that person has ever signed up for. I'd suggest this is a far easier way to get into someone BNet account.
diamondd wrote:my security questions are ALWAYS bogus for this very reason. I mean mothers maiden name? hometown? How the hell do they expect that to be secure, honestly?
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