Get an extra layer of security for your legendary Diablo III loot with the Battle.net Authenticator!
Designed to buff your resistances against compromise attacks such as keyloggers and Trojans, the Battle.net Authenticator works by providing you with a secure, one-time use passcode that’s unique to your Battle.net account. Once attached to your Battle.net account, you’ll periodically be prompted to enter one of these codes in addition to your regular account password when logging into the game client or Battle.net Account Management.
Find out which type of Battle.net Authenticator is best for you.
*Note that by default, after you've successfully logged in with an Authenticator a certain number of times from a certain location, you won't be prompted for a code every time you log in. You can require Battle.net to ask for a code every time by modifying your Security Options in Account Management
What do our Diablo fans think about it? Do you really like it?
An authenticator for a game. I'm not even sure what to say about how dumb that is... In most cases, if you’re on a secure network behind a secure firewall and most importantly your smart about where not to go on the internet. You’re not likely to get hacked through your computer (brute force attacks, key loggers, etc.).
I think the bigger issue is how unplayable these patches are making this game. I played the last two Diablo games for years and loved the hell out of them. I built multiple lvl 90+ characters.
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