Join Date: Jun 2008
First thing they've posted (aside from useless maintenance stuff) since 12/21. Makes me wonder if they're actually working on anything and aren't planning to shut the game down.
Originally Posted by Arad High Council
Attention Dungeon Fighters,
In the interest of keeping Dungeon Fighter safe and secure, we're dedicating February 6-12 to security awareness. The Internet is an integral part of our lives, and as we create more and more accounts and store our personal information on servers all around the world, it's important to consider how we can keep that information private.
Nexon continuously strives to improve account security so you can worry less about the details and more about experiencing everything Dungeon Fighter has to offer, but the first and most important step in account security starts with you. You can help improve the security of your account by following some simple steps:
1. Create a complicated but memorable password.
A password is the key to your account, and it shouldn't be easy for a person
or a computer to guess. Don't rely on words from the dictionary, personal
information like birthdays, addresses, etc., or common sequences like
123456789 or 000000000. A long password with a mixture of numbers, letters,
and special characters is ideal.
2. Update your password and Goblin Pin Pad frequently.
The general rule of thumb is to change your password once every three
months. Never reuse or share a password across multiple accounts or the
compromise of one account could lead to another. Your Goblin Pin Pad is
the second line of defense against unauthorized logins, and it should be
treated as a second password.
3. Do not share your account information with anybody.
The easiest way to get your account stolen is to share your account
information. Whether it's with a friend or a complete stranger, sharing
account information can lead to account theft. No matter how much you
trust someone, you should never share your account information.
4. Game Masters (GMs) will never ask for your personal information, including your password and PIC
A GM will never threaten you or ask for your personal information.
Malicious users sometimes impersonate GMs in order to try and
steal an account. If you ever encounter a GM that asks for your
personal information or threatens you in any way, block him or
5. Know your official domain: Nexon.net
Dungeon Fighter official website is dungeonfighter.nexon.net
on the Nexon.net domain. Consider all websites outside of the
Nexon.net domain unofficial. If you see a website that promises
free NX, items, etc., it's most likely a scam. If you come across
something that sounds too good to be true, it probably is!