It was mostly a blue page, and accessed through some sort of drop down thing kinda like the where the Auction Hall stuff is.
Wether the F&F, or closed public beta will use keys or just magically appear for those who already have battle.net accounts setup is anyone's guess.Friends and Family will not be keys. They're activated just like the opt-in. It's just not done randomly, or "as" randomly (however they actually do opt-in selections)
Not entirely true, there will be some circumstances where we'll be sending out keys.
Either way though it's best to not click on any links in any emails you receive, and instead type in www.battle.net, log in, click on Account in the upper right, and either verify that you were automagically granted with a beta license, or attempt to redeem the key you were sent if that's the case.
The vast majority of email scams exist around attempting to trick you into clicking a fake link. No matter how real it looks, there's no reason to click any links in the emails we'll be sending out.
As a reminder, we haven't begun sending out invites yet, but we'll let you know when we do.
09/03/2011 02:17 AMPosted by ZanthraIt won't help to say that blizzard should not put a link in their E-Mail to battle.net , because their link will be good, and has no effect on what the phishers put in their E-Mails, so it would not improve security.
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