Originally Posted by Popov
NavyField policy about account sharing is really clear: as soon as somebody else than you log in your account (more than one personn in case of an hack) then you lose all your rights to be helped.
Actually it pretty much states you have no rights to be helped to start with.
You are responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of your Password, and you will
be responsible for all uses of your Password, whether or not authorized by you.
Also, note that the security of your account is your responsibility. SD EnterNet is not
responsible in the event that your account is "hacked," or if your account or
computer is damaged by a virus, or for any other issues with your computer or your
account which may occur in conjunction with your use of Navy Field. If you think that
your account has been compromised, please contact Navy Field Technical Support,
either through our Team N.F or by sending email to SD EnterNet Technical Support,
and SD EnterNet will make an effort to assist you in recovering the security of your
This includes helping to reset passwords, helping with billing issues, and offering
basic suggestions for improving your account security. If you report your account
stolen, hacked, or in any other way compromised, SD EnterNet will suspend the
account while we fully investigate the matter. This is to protect the ships, sailors,
items, etc., that are part of the account. Following this investigation, SD EnterNet will
determine the appropriate course of action.
I love the bit that says if we put a virus into Navyfield and your computer is damaged then it is not our fault.