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AdventurOS
Eastonium 5. okt, 2013 @ 7:30pm
Security and Privacy
Will the game just interpret the extensions of the files? because if it looked at the entire file that could cause some really big problems for people concerned with privacy and security of their PC. I have a feeling this game could be blamed for viruses and other things that happen to thier PCs.
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PoCdon 6. okt, 2013 @ 11:33am 
i was thinking the same thing but i think it will only look at the extensions of each file, off course they could look in the entire file and get all our information but thats a job for valve to look in to
Evelend  [utvikler] 6. okt, 2013 @ 5:05pm 
All the programs and games are able to analize the same info that AdventurOS has. Since this may concern users (that our game will do so) we are, at the same time, guaranteeing that AdventurOS won't be sending ANY kind of info trough the net to anyone at all. That's why we even have to dismiss the online multiplayer option. You can check with external software if a program sends info of any kind trough internet so it's easily discoverable.

As ApilledMilk said, Valve will also check that out :)
wildfox99 12. okt, 2013 @ 1:54pm 
all right cool
Sam The Man 23. okt, 2013 @ 1:09pm 
Opprinnelig skrevet av Evelend Games:
All the programs and games are able to analize the same info that AdventurOS has. Since this may concern users (that our game will do so) we are, at the same time, guaranteeing that AdventurOS won't be sending ANY kind of info trough the net to anyone at all. That's why we even have to dismiss the online multiplayer option. You can check with external software if a program sends info of any kind trough internet so it's easily discoverable.

As ApilledMilk said, Valve will also check that out :)
What do you mean by? "All the programs and games are able to analize the same info that AdventurOS has."
Koolioolio 23. okt, 2013 @ 3:39pm 
Opprinnelig skrevet av Sam The Man:
Opprinnelig skrevet av Evelend Games:
All the programs and games are able to analize the same info that AdventurOS has. Since this may concern users (that our game will do so) we are, at the same time, guaranteeing that AdventurOS won't be sending ANY kind of info trough the net to anyone at all. That's why we even have to dismiss the online multiplayer option. You can check with external software if a program sends info of any kind trough internet so it's easily discoverable.

As ApilledMilk said, Valve will also check that out :)
What do you mean by? "All the programs and games are able to analize the same info that AdventurOS has."
He means that if a game/program wanted to see your files and send info on them over them web, then they could. AdventureOS is only different because it is guaranteeing two things: one, that it will look at them; and two, that it will NOT send info over the web. AdventureOS has no more risk than installing, say Half-life 2. If the developers of that included code to send your files over the internet, then it would send your files over the internet. This goes for EVERY GAME AND PROGRAM YOU EVER DOWNLOAD. It's important to note that just because a program CAN do something, and advertises something that seems like it can be exploited, does not mean that it will nor that you should have any additional safety concerns. If you want to be safe, use WireShark whenever you play a new game. Then check to see if it sent anything you don't want over the web. Anything you run on your computer has the same risk, and even though this game looks at your files, other games read/write their save files in the same way. There is no reason that they can't read other files and send them to the devs, such as cookies with bank account passwords. People tend to make too big of a deal about games like this, but anybody who does so is misinformed - they should just not play ANY games or run ANY programs that are not installed on the computer by default, never access the web (as in, not even connect to it), and not ever plug anything into the computer. That is the only way you will EVER BE FULLY SAFE. Risks are always there in life, and you'd be wise to accept that and simply do your best to lower the chances. (By the way, a plane could crash into your house any minute. That does not mean you should go hide in a bunker.)
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