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Ensign
Join Date: Jul 2012
Posts: 1
# 87
07-06-2012, 11:31 AM
Not overly impressed with this. It's a reasonable idea, fairly unobtrusive and I can opt out. That's the good points

The bad point is it seems my son, to impatient to wait for the code to arrive in his email inbox pressed cancel. It returned him to the login screen and this time he wasn't asked for a code so was effectively able to bypass this "account guard".


I've just tried this myself. Got asked for the code. Hit cancel and was returned to the login screen with a message to contact support.

Tried to login again and this time I wasn't asked for a code, so was able to effectively bypass the account guard as well