Archive for June, 2008

Two-Factor Auth for World of Warcraft

Blizzard Entertainment, makers of the phenomenally-successful multiplayer game World of Warcraft, have introduced two-factor authentication for logging into the game.  For $6.50, they’ll sell you a dynamic password keychain token called the Blizzard Authenticator, which looks much like the RSA keyfobs many in the IT industry use to log into their corporate VPNs. It may […]

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