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Blizzard Authenticators May Become Mandatory

ccozan very wrong (248 comments)

  • I think you have never played WoW. So you don't know how much work is put into building a char and keepup with the challenges. Losing this because your Windows allows malicios code to run equals to a cataclysm ;).
  • Blizzard has _nothing_ to do with incompentence of users which allow keyloggers and stuff on their computers. The fact that Blizz allows the recovery of your items/gold on _their_ costs, is a fact that you will never find anywhere else.
  • 3. the authenticator is 7 euro. This is two beers. I find it acceptable if i can keep my account thus protected.

more than 4 years ago

EVE Online Battle Breaks Records (And Servers)

ccozan I'll take that ... (308 comments)

...for any WoW patch afterdays!

more than 4 years ago

Windows 7 RTM Reviewed & Benchmarked

ccozan vi & others (792 comments)

vi or nano does that, even openoffice. kill it and by the next time you want to edit the file, it asks for recovery.

more than 5 years ago

Hitler's Stealth Fighter

ccozan Re:very safe for work (582 comments)

Haha, indeed. That was the photo which of course I _didn't_ look :). Are these photoshopped or they really have nazi banners lying aroud? ?? Funny... :)

more than 5 years ago

Google Founders Buy Fighter Jet

ccozan LOL This! (356 comments)

You, sir, win one thousend internets. LOLspect!

more than 5 years ago



ccozan ccozan writes  |  more than 7 years ago

ccozan writes "The Internet Industry Association of Australia is rushing to pass a law that would incriminate allmost everybody. From the release:'a family who holds a birthday picnic in a place of public entertainment (for example, the grounds of a zoo) and sings 'Happy Birthday' in a manner that can be heard by others, risks an infringement notice carrying a fine of up to $1320. If they make a video recording of the event, they risk a further fine for the possession of a device for the purpose of making an infringing copy of a song.'. Anyone knows an alternative to "Happy Birthday" song?"


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