February 20th, 2014, 07:53 PM
I am developing a text based game at the moment which I started two years ago, I am just getting back in to it now.
My plan is to have a system where people can try and compete for a high score via an online system, of course to do this the scoring system needs to be secure and not able to be tampered with. I have coded up this part of the game to the point where I am happy with the security of it. Now I am thinking of adding a login type system where the first time the game is run the user creates a username / pass code which is then used in the future to login.
My thoughts on doing this are:
- Username + pass code
- Certificate file + pass code (the certificate file could be portable for use on other computers)
- Just a pass code
- Secret question + pass code
If you have done something like this yourself in the past what level of security did you decide to implement?
June 11th, 2014, 06:30 AM
its a simple login process.. email/password should suffice..
Yeah! just use Email/Password why need to go in deep ???
September 10th, 2014, 07:15 AM
yeah! ID card/ email and password indeed