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The Blizzard Mobile Authenticator, previously known as 2s-shoujo.ru Mobile which is later used for code generation and a serial number is connected to that key.


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The Serial Number and Restore Code will essentially β€œclone” the authenticator onto a new device. So, keep that information but also keep it.


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When using a Mobile Authenticator on an Apple device, you can enable iCloud Keychain to save your authenticator's serial number and restore code to Apple's.


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Without your old authenticator's serial number and restore code you're going to have to contact Blizzard support and have them remove your old authenticator.


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This post is a common-sense tip which I feel should be pounded into people's skulls. That process went nowhere for me. It's not in a text file, it's on gmail's server. SeM wrote: I had an issue with this upgrading a phone last year. I've got it written down on an actual piece of paper and stored with my other important papers. Yeah, for me a third party cloud service is the best way to store this kind of thing. Thank you, I think I just figured out what those two strings of random numbers are. Not even to get support. The fob is handy to have around, but I'd rather not add more junk to my already large collection. Blizzard Authenticator -- Mobile Version common-sense warning. I lose paper. Then they can use it to remove your authenticator. Password wasn't that great, and a month or so later, I got an email saying my password had been changed. Good tip tho. This is what I did. Excession wrote:. My account uses a huge randomly generated password that is not shared with any other account. It stops people 'stealing your shit', and it's free! So, got my account back, got my items back, and probably have most of my friends again. You lose your backup in iTunes. You can't logon to the site, at all. This inspired me to write down the codes on the back of my physical authenticator that I've had for years but has gone missing more than once , and also sign up for their SMS service. I think they have a deal where you can register a phone number, instead of having a mobile app or key fob. Excession wrote: Note: I had once arrogantly deleted the authenticator app on my old iPad, and then rejoined WoW and needed it again, and the newly downloaded version still generated the 'same' security code for that iPad, so deleting the app and reloading it later isn't necessarily a problem. In fact, I don't even know what it is, it's only ever copy pasted out an encrypted KeePass file. Nice knowing there's that extra layer of security sitting on my desk. When you request the authenticator to be removed, the site texts you a code which you type back into the webpage, and it removes the authenticator. In the Android app it's in Setup, then Continue. A solid hour on hold with Blizzard before I could get it changed. I went to reflash my phone with a new version of CM7, hadn't played WoW in over a year, so I logged into battle. I was using only a 10 char password for all my game accounts. My own included. Write down that numba. That really fucks you up. Your phone requires a factory reset. The security is worth the hassle, but wow I won't make that mistake twice. I have a scrap text doc on my computer when I dump all kinds of random stuff, there are two strings of number that I have no idea what they are and so I will not delete them, but now I know maybe. Under the Setup area of the app it says: Quote: You will need [the restore] codes if Your current phone loses its information. There is an option on the site to follow the 'I have lost my authenticator and want to remove it from my account', but it's horrible , and demands 'photographic evidence' of 'government id' what ever the hell that is! If you want to have the Mobile Authenticator working on two iDevices, you can do that using the 'restore' function, and the security code of the working Authenticator, then both devices will generate the same codes. I haven't played WoW for ages, since then, I upgraded my iPad to the latest model 'retina' display, camera, more RAM, faster processor, apple gremlins controlling my brain, etc , I had never written down the dozen digit serial number of my Mobile Authenticator app because, you know, who cares and all that. I'm not sure how they fingerprint your machine, it might be as simple as the IP it's coming from. Eventually I called Blizzard Support on their Australian number, yay , and within a few minutes, after some exhaustive 'prove you are you' interrogation, they were able to revoke my old authenticator, add my new authenticator app serial number, and wait for me to successfully logon to battle. However, I don't plan on re-enabling it until after a week or so Had to deal with this a year or so ago when I rooted my Droid. It's an app that generates codes which the Battle. I concur; I was bitten by this as well and it cost me half the weekend of play-time. They'd have to get access to my email first. Story of what happens if you don't write down that code and do upgrade your iDevice: div' ;q. Quote: However, I don't plan on re-enabling it until after a week or so They changed how it works, oh, about a year ago now, so you don't need to use the Authenticator every time you log in. Paper is bad. Just at the first login after install. This is the reason they tell you to record the serial number when you first use the app. Note: I had once arrogantly deleted the authenticator app on my old iPad, and then rejoined WoW and needed it again, and the newly downloaded version still generated the 'same' security code for that iPad, so deleting the app and reloading it later isn't necessarily a problem. I did this with my wife's account. I also had the iPhone app and did not write down the serial, went through the same process. My account was hacked they were nice enough to add some game time for me on 2 of my WoW accounts , and I think the most annoying part was they removed all my battle. So, yeah, either don't be a retard and use a weaker password why is it always those of us that know we shouldn't do it that make that mistake? It was resolved within the day, but definitely not something I want to deal with again. It's called the "Restore Code" and you may have to go to a different page within the app. Yeah, that experience was fun. And when I list things like passwords in a Google Doc I only ever abbreviate them -- I have a stable of passwords that I rotate through and I only ever need a reminder of which one I'm using in a particular context. I've always assumed that was fine and I've never been hacked. I took a picture of my Driver's License and sent it to them Not as bad as it could have been, but obviously it's better to know this code. I had an issue with this upgrading a phone last year. I just save these in the same program that handles my passwords for the launcher Just a quick note went through this last week with my account if you have turned on the mobile alerts option, you can have the authenticator removed right then and there on the spot. Yesterday evening, when I tried to register my copy of Diablo 3, I needed to logon to Battle. But she uses really simple passwords and tends to load up lots of crappy Facebook games, despite my concerns. It would be really hard for someone to match the information in my personal Google Docs account with my Battle. That kind of quick turn-around should be considered exemplary. As I type I recall my Daughters account was hacked Maybe I should reconsider getting an Authenticator? Now, as long as your computer "looks the same" to them, you rarely have to get out your token. I had to go through it twice doh! My wife's WoW account was hacked when she wasn't even an active subscriber. Once in while, you are prompted to call in from that registered phone and you're good. You will need [the restore] codes if{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Last edited by Dac on Fri May 18, am. I really didn't care too much about the lost items in WoW, but I wasn't about to let some gold farmer get free stuff, and I still played SC2 and wanted D3. Now I just need to re-enable it, and that shouldn't be a problem. Google Docs or Evernote are the way to go. SMS Protect provides you with informational messaging regarding the security of your account, while the Battle. I've always assumed my password and somewhat more restrained browsing habits were sufficient safeguard. A good keylogger will go through your text files looking for things like this. I have the physical authenticator and don't see any reason I'd ever disable it. My wife's Wow account got hacked so we both got authenticators for our accounts. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}What is a Blizzard Mobile Authenticator? TWO components. Buy a tag, It's worth it for the peace of mind. Once was enough to make me get the tag. This was my experience too. Saves a bunch of time. Maybe I should just bite the bullet and buy 4 of the fobs. Even though D3 has lost connection and booted me, and they've gone through a few server outages, I've only used my Authenticator once so far.