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    Post by Pwyle Kenobi Mon 02 Apr 2012, 7:24 am

    We encourage everyone who registers on these forums to pick a new and unique password that you have never used before.

    Please use a "strong" password - that is, one that is 8 characters or longer and includes random capital letters and which also uses symbols such as ~!@#$%^&*()

    For the record, forum admin cannot ever see your password and we cannot therefore tell you what you picked if you lose your password. Therefore, please consider writing it down somewhere safe and secure in your own home. The best that we can do is to reset your password and tell you your new password - after which you should immediately change it to something that only YOU know.

    All existing ISF Forum users are encouraged to change their forum password at least once a month.

    IMPORTANT:-Never pick a forum password that you have used for another gaming site or forum or which you use for your personal financial affairs.

    No one from ISF (or CCP) will *ever* ask you for your password to these forums or to your Eve-Online account(s) - anyone asking for this is attempting to scam you!

    Do not ever tell *anyone* your ISF Forum password and do not use that password for any other website or forum.

    No not ever share your Eve-Online account login name or password - in fact, doing so is a breach of the Eve-Online EULA.

    The most that ISF will ever ask for are your API details (which are completely different to your Eve-Online account details and which cannot be used to access your account ingame or to change anything on your account).

    Your personal security is important and should not be compromised for gaming or convenience.

    Thanks very much.

    Cheers, PK.

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