Phishing, infected adds, redirected web sites that look legit, etc
only takes one time to get your password.
Is this just your opinion? I'd like an official response about the nature of these events.. do you know if there's been one?
I still think there is some amount of brute forcing going on due to the average person's password habits being mixed case and numerals. I had no idea that my password since WoW days was not case sensitive. I always typed it as I entered it the first time: with mixed case. I immediately attached an authenticator when I found out they are not case sensitive.
I still don't understand why they aren't... but oh well.
/sigh... okay, no it's not an opinion. There are a lot of us, especially the longer term WoW players who have seen this on our gaming side of things.
While your Diablo 3 session can not be spoofed as people have claimed, it is very easy to hyjack an ad you might click for just about any web site. It happens where I work all the time with our local news station and ESPN. Those are the most comon places people pick up nasties from. Not because those sites are bad or unsecure, but because a link that jumps from server to server in different locations in the US/World can easily have a light keylogger or other hacking/malware tool piggy backed onto it. Without the site operator, or the user even noticing.
Most AV/AM software will not catch these little logging programs. Especially due to the sheer number of varients for each type. AV/AM helps protect you, but is not a 100%.
There are no events to be disclosed other than, "It's not happening." To claim otherwise after an offical response is just further pushing the misinformation campaign that keeps going. The best way to protect yourself beyond standard methods is the authenticator tool, which as we've said over and over again, is free/sold at cost and easy to use.
They are offering you the solution... on their dime...