What is your Character Information and what is it used for?
Your Nexon Passport/ID and password are used for logging in. Your forum ID is the nickname that
users will see on our forums.
Aside from the many passwords and codes that users will be issued, there is other personal
information (birthday, secret question, etc.) that will be used as additional security measures.
Most users know that they need to protect this information. It should be known that account
information is vital to claiming ownership of an account and being able to access all the
functions that Dungeon Fighter Online has to offer.
When retrieving or changing a password, you will be required to submit the last name, date of birth,
and answer to secret question 2. The email used to register the account will be needed to verify your account.
Please keep this information safe and submit it only via www.nexon.net and never anywhere else.
We do not use outside providers; your information is kept here. Sites that advertise/promote "Dungeon Fighter
Online Login" are scams. The only safe place to login and access your account info is through www.nexon.net
This information should be something you can remember, but not easy to guess. We do not
recommend writing it down, but if you do, please keep it in a secure place.
A "social engineer" can work his/her way into your account by gaining one piece of information at a
time, so please be careful not to let any of your information slip. For example, do not give your email address
to a friend who wants to write to you. Furthermore, there is no need for someone to ask for your ID. Your
character name should be different from your password, ID, or email address.
What is a good password?
Usually a good combination of letters and numbers. It should never be easy to guess. Below are
some tips on how to create a good password. Of course, forgetting a password is just as big a problem,
so you should try creating something that is memorable.
Use combination of letters and numbers and never make it short.
You can drastically reduce the chances of someone being able to guess your password by mixing
up letters and numbers. For example, if you want to use "leetmage" as your password, try changing
it to "1337M493."
Do not use your personal information as your password.
Your password should never be your name, ID, character name, birthday, or any form of personal
information. Your password should not be a word from a dictionary or a simple sequence of numbers
such as apple, 11111, or 123456.
What is a keylogger?
A keylogger (aka keystroke logger) is a program that allows a person to secretly track all activities of
your computer and automatically send logs through e-mail or FTP. Activity logs include sent mail,
websites visited, file operations, keystrokes, usernames, passwords, online conversations, screen shots,
etc. In most cases, logs are sent at set intervals.
How can I get keylogged?
Spyware and keystroke loggers are usually downloaded as a side effect of user action (opening an
attachment/downloading a hack). Therefore, the safest way would be to not download any suspicious
files. Furthermore, you should regularly scan your computer for viruses or spyware. Remember,
firewalls and antivirus software will not pick up keylogging activities.
Am I being keylogged?
If your computer has been acting strangely, you should scan for viruses/keyloggers. If strange
pop-ups show up, your browser homepage has been changed, or if your computer seems to be running
slower than usual, your computer might be infected. Please download or purchase the latest anti-virus
and anti-spyware programs and run a scan.
Playing somewhere else
There will be times that a user might want to play on a computer other than the one that he/she
usually plays on. This might be a friend's computer or a computer at an internet café. However,
playing on a different computer increases the chance of getting keylogged. Be absolutely sure
that there are no spyware programs (keyloggers) installed, and leave NO traces of any of your
information. Log off safely from whatever services you have used, and do not leave your ID or
password on that computer. Needless to say, you must check to see if the computer is safe to
use before you perform any actions.