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World of Warcraft Warning Issued

in News, World of Warcraft

Blizzard have today issued a warning to everybody playing World of Warcraft. It seems that there have been an unusual amount of log-in attempts on the website and via the mobile app, and if you don't have a authenticator and if your account has shown unusual activity, you may well be hearing from the security team.

If you haven't heard anything from Blizzard, you have absolutely nothing to worry about.

That doesn't mean that you shouldn't take steps to secure your account anyway. Maybe it's time to change your password or take some other measure towards protecting the time and effort you've put into the game. 

The developers have closed access to the auction house via the mobile app, on the off chance that this ends up being more serious. If this ends up costing you money, or if you lose out on items as a result, the Blizzard customer service team will be able to help you out. 

Blizzard will release more details over the coming days.

The last major hack involved a group of players heading into the city and killing everybody there, almost unbearably like the plot to the South Park episode "Make Love, Not Warcraft." There's no indication that anything like that will happen this time around, but expect the developers to shake up their team and get this issue fixed incredibly quickly. 

And if you're still worried, buy an authenticator. They're worth they're weight in gold for any regular World of Warcraft player.

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