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WOW Security: Battle.net Mobile Authenticator Review

written by: Shane Burley•edited by: DaniellaNicole•updated: 8/9/2009
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Battle.net Mobile Authenticator is a way for you to secure your World of Warcraft account from the iPhone.

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    World of Warcraft on the iPhone

    Blizzard has hit a virtual pot of gold with World of Warcraft. This point is seen clearly through the new World of Warcraft iPhone applications that, instead of actually providing some kind of modest gameplay, allow you to really just monitor your World of Warcraft account. This brings the World of Warcraft to the iPhone in obsession only, and without any form of real unique content. World of Warcraft Mobile Armory for the iPhone did this in a big way and gave you a huge host of options. It was only for committed World of Warcraft players, but it brought a profound amount of depth. We also have the Battle.net Mobile Authenticator, which can be utilized by World of Warcraft players that utilize the Battle.net system. The function of the Battle.net Mobile Authenticator is so specified and minor that it will make non-World of Warcraft players become baffled at its reason for existence. Since Battle.net Mobile Authenticator is free and a companion to your Battle.net account there is really no reason that an avid World of Warcraft player should step without it.

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    Battle.net Security

    When you open Battle.net Mobile Authenticator will be given a serial number that you are then supposed to link with your Battle.net account. You do this on the Battle.net website in an area dedicated to the Mobile Authenticator. You really just enter the Battle.net Mobile Authenticator and select to attach it. If you are going to remove Battle.net Mobile Authenticator from your iPhone then you will have to go to the website and go through a removal process.

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    For Some

    The real purpose of the Battle.net Mobile Authenticator is to add more security to your account. This can be useful in the complicated community of World of Warcraft, or it might just be over kill. Either way it is an excuse to have World of Warcraft on your iPhone in name only. This way you can continue to think about your World of Warcraft account when you are far from your computer. This will be great for a few, but only that few. Six and a quarter out of ten stars.

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