@KOS-MO said in Security Suggestion:
@Anarchy-Marine Once again, that is completely irrelevant to my topic. Like you said, if you get locked out of your account or what ever the case may be its "your fault" right? so if they implemented the authentication system which is already in-place in JP and you lock yourself out than its your fault. Again don't drag everybody else down because you don't want this system. You're inability to be able to keep an authenticator without fear of being locked out of your own account is not our fault, and to think that it is and to assume the general consensus of the player base thinks the same, shows how little you're able to grasp the perspectives of anybody other than yourself. Also for some reason you feel the need to prove yourself to me. I don't need to prove myself to you, i've been around longer than you i can promise you that, and I can promise you i know 200% more than you ever will regarding this stuff. You're doing nothing but keeping this thread hot from you personally not wanting this system but failing to see where the benefit is for every player.
I'm not proving anything. I'm showing you the fault in your logic. This thread was for you and you alone, to give yourself peace of mind. You read as someone paranoid about account security, but forget the part where if you lose those other accounts, you aren't getting your PSO2 account back, because you yourself will have no way to prove you are the owner of the account. I have yet to see anyone agree with this post in the days it's been up. You haven't made any counter points that refute these truths, and have instead deflected to a strawman argument, laced with a superiority complex. I'm taking that other users advice, and selecting the not watching marker found at the top of every thread, so that I don't receive these notifications anymore.
Edit: one more thing, you only speak for yourself in theses threads, and you'd be wise to remember that. Each of us is an individual on these forums, and when you use terms like us and we, in the context you used here, you are speaking for an invisible group of people. It reads as someone who's not all there, no offense.