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Lauri 5 de Dic, 2012 a las 6:42
Issue Report: Steam guard doesn't ask for access code for a new computer if ~Steam/ directory is copied.
I copied ~Steam/ directory to my other computer and ran steam.sh there. Steam guard didn't ask for access code for a new computer and I got logged in to my account without it even asking for my password.
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antarctician 5 de Dic, 2012 a las 7:08 
"Why can I use my Facebook account on a new computer without entering password by copying cookies there?"
Lauri 5 de Dic, 2012 a las 11:14 
Publicado originalmente por antarctician:
"Why can I use my Facebook account on a new computer without entering password by copying cookies there?"
Yeah it's clearly not something to be concerned about that on a multi-user system anyone with a read access to my home directory can gain access to my steam account.
gQuigs 5 de Dic, 2012 a las 21:00 
I don't think that was part of the design of Steam Guard. I believe it was designed to prevent people you don't know from stealing your account by guessing your Steam password.
Lauri 6 de Dic, 2012 a las 3:43 
Publicado originalmente por gQuigs:
I don't think that was part of the design of Steam Guard. I believe it was designed to prevent people you don't know from stealing your account by guessing your Steam password.
I'm pretty sure that on Windows if I copy Steam directory to another computer Steam guard asks for access code. I just assumed Steam would behave the same way on Linux too.
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