Last edited by Fenlnir; 2012-08-19 at 05:16 AM.
<-- That is otterly adorable.
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KeePass. It's more secure than your method. I've got thumb drive I use for nothing but storing my KeePass files and it works really well.
Even though I've never been hacked in my life, I'd like an autenticator and I think I read something about it somewhere...
Or another form of verification.
Last edited by rezoacken; 2012-08-19 at 05:32 AM.
Who is John Galt?
Case sensitivity is overrated, anyway. It is not necessary in order to protect passwords against brute force attacks via the normal login mechanism (any login mechanism that allows an attacker hundreds or thousands of attacks per minute would be the problem, not weak passwords). And to protect against the case where the servers are hacked and the password database are stolen, there are better ways to add additional entropy to your password that don't make it a pain to remember and type it.
It is far more annoying when the password length is limited artificially.
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If you need to recover your account after being hacked, NCSoft will generally ask you about your serial code instead (plus, possibly additional information that a hacker is unlikely to know). I recommend making a note of that, by the way.
If you need to reset your password, knowing your email suffices.
Well, NCSoft added some extra security to Aion. You have a code that you have to mouse click the numbers on now to get in. The numbers randomly change places on the keypad on-screen. You can also only log in from your ip- if you want to add another computer you have to do that on your master account. Master account pw and game pw are different as well. I'm sure Anet does have plans- just aren't implemented yet. Since they have mobile application options coming- I'd assume a mobile authenticator app is in the works perhaps?