I have noticed that recently a lot of people are having unneeded bans due to a simple typing error when entering a game key, regardless of the use for the key and even when installing a (new) game.
That gave me an idea, which is used by tons of other programs such as Windows Messenger, most instant messenger programs, Windows itself and many many more.
This is my idea: Perhaps you could integrate something similar to that which other programs use: They ask a security question after 3 failed log-ins. The answer to that security question is something only the owner of the account knows. Therefore it could prevent tons of unneeded bans / restrictions. If it should happen that anybody else took over the account the real owner can have it suspended, but he / she has to verify that it is not him or her using it but somebody else (should be fairly simple to find out).
Perhaps this is an idea for better security and the prevention of unneeded bans, restrictions and keylosses.
I'm curious what others think about is, therefore feel free to give an opinion.
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