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Ingress and Pokemon Go collect a lot of data - what impact could this have on my privacy or security?

The Augmented Reality games from Niantic, Ingress, (where players travel to specific GPS locations to destroy and rebuild virtual targets, link locations, and team up with other players in order to ...
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Is it possible to use integrated graphics in conjunction with dedicated graphics on laptops? [migrated]

With the new Direct3D12 and Vulkan APIs out is it possible for game developers to utilize the Intel HD graphics along side the dedicated 800M/900M series mobile chips for increased gaming performance? ...
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Gaming Mods Security Risks

I read the following post, and while the questions was specific to SkyRim, the more general answer was that it depends on the game. I wanted to pose a more generic question here to the security folks. ...
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How to monitor kernel mode driver traffic (ESEA client)

E-Sports Entertainment Association (ESEA) is an alternative method of finding players to match up against in (among others) Counter Strike GO. They are known for having the best anti-cheating measure ...
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Preventing artificial latency or “Lag Hacking” in multiplayer games

There is an attack that some people have dubbed "lag hacking", and its gaining popularity in multiplayer games. There are at-least two ways of creating artificial latency. One method of introducing ...
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How are client side hacks created? [closed]

Many games today are prereleased in an alpha/beta state and instantly overwhelmed by "hackers" downloading programs manipulating the game itself to become overpowered. I guess they make injections ...
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Is it possible to implement a secure game without having a reliable arbiter?

N players are playing a perfect information game (the kind of game where everyone knows moves of everyone) by making moves by turn (P1, P2, ..., Pn, P1, ..., Pn, ... till the game will finish). Game ...
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Can you be DDoS'ed even if you are behind a home router with no open ports?

I was wondering if someone can become a victim of a DDoS attack as home user when only his IP is known by the attackers but he is behind a router with no open ports or other known vulnerabilities? I'...
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How to detect changes to client

I am developing a Java game and money is involved. As such, I want to prevent people from modifying the client if at all possible (I'm a game designer, not a security expert). I know that it is ...
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Gamification of IT security - any applications yet?

Gamification, which is the use of game design elements and game mechanics in a non-game context, is a heavily discussed topic. Looking at the behavioral impact on Gamification, it has potential in ...
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isaac random number generator and the type of encryption it is used for (game packet encryption)?

I recently found isaac but I'm not sure what type of encryption is possible using it. Does the random number generator itself become the message somehow or does it get used as a seed for an encryption ...