This is, without a doubt, the biggest load of self-serving twaddle I've seen all day, and it's about about 10:30p here. Again, for the cheap seats: I'm not here to indulge anyone's ego OR engage in pissing contests.
Which is why you are continually feeding the pissing contest. /facepalm
Regardless of what happened, or why it happened, any account that has been hacked since the beginning of the D3 hack flood, would have been protected (without incident) if there were a proper authenticator attached (i.e. the dongle, or the free app for smart phones. the dial-in auth does not protect D3) to that account.
Making the choice to not attach one of the available options puts the blame on the user. It is as simple as that.
Therefore, pointing fingers does nothing. Most of us know the truth, whether or not the hacked users want to admit it.
And why werent users told about this godlike authenticator before playing?