"crypto" does not mean "safe"!You pay with crypto how could it not be safe?
It does not matter if the cryptocurrency has not the legal status of an official currency issued by a government, like USD or Euro. I still need money to buy it and use to buy other items or services.But I dont send money I send crypto..
About the "trusted", it is not!I send money to buy the crypto yes but this is on a seperate trusted service.
There's not a single valid reason for them to ask for credentials of ArcheRage accounts.I assume the details are so the system can automate your credits being applied?
Disabled code should not be sent to the client, this should have been done server side, where the changes, maybe temporary, are not visible outside like in plain text HTML code.Perhaps there is something going on so they disabled a segment of their page to stop purchases for a bit, Doesnt mean its sketchy..
Shadowcard is doing that, then is not safe.There's not a single valid reason for them to ask for credentials of ArcheRage accounts.
Except maybe to register the purchase of the Shadowcard here. Here is a challenge to you. Find another site that accepts Shadowcard. How does Shadowcard know your credentials are correct and how do they load the credits into your account. There is clearly a connection between the two sites. I'm sorry but you are hung up on a technology that you clearly do not understand. You don't know how (or if) your login information is stored. You don't know how Shadowcard communicates the purchase back to ArcheRage, and you have no idea how ArcheRage stores your information. The two sites are obviously connected in some way and if you are using the same credentials here and everywhere else then that is on you. I'd be more worried about your security if you use Yahoo or Walmart.com.You didn't get my point, so I repeat here:
Shadowcard is doing that, then is not safe.
What they can or cannot do with people's credentials is not the main topic, their lack of security is.
And continue to use a unsafe service put at risk ArcheRage too.
I understand enough about technology, to know that make this connection using user account credentials is against all security fundamentals.There is clearly a connection between the two sites. I'm sorry but you are hung up on a technology that you clearly do not understand.
Now tell me, where did I said that I use same credentials everywhere?...if you are using the same credentials here and everywhere else then that is on you. I'd be more worried about your security if you use Yahoo or Walmart.com.
And your speculation is wrong.Didn't say you were. I am speculating you are. You probably are but I don't expect you to admit that here.
Is much more dangerous the false sense of security you're trying to spread.You are doing no one any service by trying to spread a false sense of fear.
And this is the reason why I will never send a cent to AR, until they get rid of Shadowcard and switch to a safe system.Clearly ArcheRage staff knows the credentials are being input, and clearly they are accepting this back in some way as a form of verification otherwise you could put in any username and password you wanted.
Is much more ridiculous your attempt to defend an insecure "payment provider" that is violating most basic principles of IT security.So please give up on your attempt to discredit Shadowcard.