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Don't forget to setup the two-factor authentication system for your account!729
To pass you must answer me this: How do I remove a hijacker from my account?551
To pass you must answer me this: What is the best security step you can take to keep your registered email secure?548
To pass you must answer me this: A website claims that they can make me a player moderator. What should I do?536
To pass you must answer me this: A player tells you to search for a video online, click the link in the description and comment on the forum post to win a cash prize. What do you do?536
To pass you must answer me this: Can I leave my account logged in while I'm out of the room?532
To pass you must answer me this: What do you do if someone asks you for your password or bank PIN to make you a player moderator?531
To pass you must answer me this: What do I do if my account is compromised?531
To pass you must answer me this: Where is it safe to use my Old School RuneScape password?531
To pass you must answer me this: How do I set a bank PIN?529
To pass you must answer me this: How do I set up two-factor authentication for my Old School RuneScape account?525
To pass you must answer me this: Who can I give my password to?521
To pass you must answer me this: What do I do if a moderator asks me for my account details?519
To pass you must answer me this: What is an example of a good bank PIN?517
To pass you must answer me this: Is it OK to buy an Old School RuneScape account?516
To pass you must answer me this: My friend asks me for my password so that he can do a difficult quest for me. Do I give it to them?515
To pass you must answer me this: You have been offered an opportunity to check out a free giveaway or double XP signup via email or in game chat. What should I do?515
To pass you must answer me this: What do I do if I think I have a keylogger or virus?510
To pass you must answer me this: Whose responsibility is it to keep your account secure?510
To pass you must answer me this: Is it safe to pay someone to level your account?509
To pass you must answer me this: A player trades you some valuable items, provides you a bond, and then asks if you want to share your account so he can help you make a large amount of progress. How do you506
To pass you must answer me this: What should you do if your real-life friend asks for your password so he can check your stats?506
To pass you must answer me this: Will Jagex prevent me from saying my PIN in game?505
To pass you must answer me this: What is the best way to secure your account?500
To pass you must answer me this: You're watching a stream by someone claiming to be Jagex offering double XP. What do you do?499
To pass you must answer me this: Who is it ok to share my account with?496
To pass you must answer me this: What should you do if another player messages you recommending a website to purchase items and/or gold?496
To pass you must answer me this: What do you do if someone asks you for your password or bank PIN to make you a member for free?492
To pass you must answer me this: A player says that Jagex prevents you from saying your password backwards in game. What do you do?490
To pass you must answer me this: What should I do if I receive an email asking me to verify my identity or Account details due to suspicious activity?488
To pass you must answer me this: Hey adventurer! You've been randomly selected for a prize of 1 year of free membership! I'm just going to need some of your account details so I can put it on your account!477
To pass you must answer me this: Psst! Adventurer! I've got a special offer for you, but you're going to have to trust me. If you give me some gold coins, I'll give you back twice whatever you gave me! How does477
To pass you must answer me this: You have been offered an opportunity to check out a free giveaway or double XP signup via social media or stream. What should I do?472
Correct! Press the 'Report Abuse' button and fill in the offending player's name and the correct category.466
To pass you must answer me this: A player starts asking you about very specific details linked to your account, such as when you created your account, your birthday date, internet provider etc. How should you458
To pass you must answer me this: You are part way through the Stronghold of Security when you have to answer another question. After you answer the question, you should...458
Correct! Your password should be kept secret from everyone. You should *never* give it out under any circumstances.296
Correct! Securing your systems with virus and malware scans is important before resetting your account password to ensure your details are not compromised again. Don't forget to secure your email account too!295
Correct! Remember that moderators are hand picked by Jagex and contact is made through the game inbox only.290
Correct! Buying accounts is against the rules and you could lose the account at any time if the original owner takes it back.275
respond?274
Correct! This is an attempt to obtain your account details. If it happened in the game, report it via the Report Abuse option.271
Correct! Allowing someone else to level your account means they may steal your account or cheat to level it which could get you banned.268
Correct! Enabling 2 step authentication on your email means that nobody apart from you can access your email account.267
that sound?267
Correct! Visiting oldschool.runescape.com and using the account recovery system will allow you to kick hijackers off of your account by locking it as stolen.264
Correct! Buying and selling items and gold is against the rules and results in a permanent ban!262
Correct! Always make sure you are entering your password only on the Old School RuneScape website as other sites may try to steal it.259
Correct! Your account may only be used by you.259
Correct! Jagex will NEVER email you unless you've used the website to change your account. Account details can only be verified through using account recovery systems on the Old School RuneScape website,257
Correct! Visiting oldschool.runescape.com and using the Support link on the left of the page will allow you to set up two-factor authentication.256
react?255
Correct! Report any attempt to gain your account details as it is a very serious breach of Old School RuneScape's rules. Never use personal details for passwords or bank PINs!253
Correct! Doing so could result in losing your items and gold and puts your account at risk.253
Correct! Jagex won't prevent you saying your passwords backwards in game - doing so could compromise your account!251
Correct! This is the safest, both in terms of security and keeping your items! Leaving your character logged in can also allow someone to steal your items or entire account!247
Correct! Always be wary of these links and double check you are on the official Old School RuneScape website before entering your login details!247
Correct! Simply talking to a banker will give you the option to set a bank PIN. Never use personal details for passwords or bank PINs!244
NOT through responding to emails.243
Correct! You can make it alone and the success will taste even better. Don't forget you can ask people for advice too!242
Correct! This is an attempt to obtain your account details and should be reported to the relevant organisation via their own reporting systems.238
Correct! Never share your login details with another player.236
Correct! Make sure to use the tools Jagex recommend such as the authenticator to do so!231
Correct! Make sure to report anybody asking for your account login details.230
Correct! This is a common phishing method and puts your account at risk!225
Correct! If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is! Be wary of these types of scams.225
Correct! Using each of these features will maximise your account security!220
Well done! Unless you tell someone, they are unlikely to guess who or what you have chosen, and you can always look it up. Never use personal details for passwords or bank PINs!211
Correct! These details could've been used within the account recovery system and possibly compromise your account.208
Correct! Jagex will not block your PIN so don't type it! Never use personal details for passwords or bank PINs!206
Correct! As tempting as it is to click through all the text and get your reward as soon as possible, it's important to know these security tips.199
Correct! Removing the keylogger must be the priority, otherwise anything you type can be given away. Remember to change your password and bank PIN afterwards.151
Wrong! Jagex does NOT block your PIN so don't type it! Never use personal details for passwords or bank PINs!108
Quite good. But we should try to stop scammers. So please report them using the 'Report Abuse' button.95
Wrong! Your password can be changed from the account management section, but you must talk to a banker to set a bank PIN. Never use personal details for passwords or bank PINs!91
Wrong! Visiting oldschool.runescape.com and using the account recovery system will allow you to kick hijackers off of your account by locking it as stolen.86
Wrong! You should logout in case you are attacked or receive a random event. Leaving your character logged in can also allow someone to steal your items or entire account!81
Wrong! If you change your password while you still have the keylogger, it will still be insecure. Remove the keylogger first. Never use personal details for passwords or bank PINs!79
Wrong! Visiting oldschool.runescape.com and using the Support link on the left of the page will allow you to set up two-factor authentication.78
Incorrect! Well done for avoiding the phishing attempt but make sure to report these wherever possible to help other players.72
Incorrect! Jagex will not prevent this - never say your password in game in any form.67
This is a bad idea as if someone happens to find out your bank PIN on Old School RuneScape, they then have your real life bank PIN! Never use personal details for passwords or bank PINs!63
Incorrect! Don't trust these types of link even if they look similar to the Old School RuneScape website.63
Wrong! This could mean your account may be accessed by someone else. Remove the keylogger then change your password. Never use personal details for passwords or bank PINs!62
Wrong! Even if you don't use your email address elsewhere there is still a risk that somebody could access it.61
Incorrect! Do not trust players asking for gold offering to return a higher amount.61
Wrong! Jagex will NEVER make offers like this - it is an attempt to obtain your account details. If it happened in the game, report it via the Report Abuse option.61
Incorrect! You should always remember this info so your account is as safe as possible.57
Incorrect! While a strong password is recommended, the authenticator and 2FA add extra levels of security.53
Wrong! Jagex will NEVER make offers like this - it is an attempt to obtain your account details. Please report the incident using whatever reporting methods offered by the site you are on.52
Wrong! If you allow someone to level your account they may steal it from you or use macros/bots to increase your levels which may end up with your account being banned.52
Incorrect! Websites offering these services should not be trusted!52
Wrong! If you buy an account the person who originally made it can take it back at any time and you will lose anything you paid for it.49
Wrong! This will almost certainly lead to your account being hijacked. No website can make you a moderator as they are hand picked by Jagex.49
Wrong! This is very insecure and will may lead to your account being stolen.45
Wrong! Social media will often not solve the problem directly and will only succeed in directing you to the Old School RuneScape website to regain access to your account.43
Wrong! Always use a unique password purely for your Old School RuneScape account.43
Wrong! Your password should be kept secret from everyone. You should *never* give it out under any circumstances.40
Incorrect! You should read the text and follow the advice to keep your account as secure as possible.40
Incorrect! Well done for declining to offer but make sure to report players asking for your account details.39
Wrong! Never let anyone use your account for any reason. It only takes a few seconds to change your password.39
Not a good idea because you know how many presents you get for your birthday. So you can imagine how many people know this date. Never use personal details for passwords or bank PINs!38
Incorrect! Make sure to take advantage of the authenticator and 2FA to maximise your account security!38
Incorrect! Jagex offer tools such as the authenticator to help, but you must make sure to keep your info safe!37
Wrong! Your account may only be used by you.36
Incorrect! These details can be used within the account recovery system and possibly compromise your account. If you're asking the player back, you're unknowingly committing the same offence.36
Incorrect! Your internet service provider may offer security advice but use the tips on the Old School RuneScape website to stay secure.36
Ok! Don't tell them the details. But reporting the incident to Jagex would help. Use the Report Abuse button. Never use personal details for passwords or bank PINs!36
Incorrect! Never allow anybody else to access your account.35
Incorrect! This option still puts your account and items at risk!31
Incorrect! Don't trust anybody with your account login details!31
Incorrect! This is a common phishing method and puts your account at risk!30
Wrong! Never give your account details to anyone! This includes things like account creation details, contact details and passwords. Never use personal details for passwords or bank PINs!29
Wrong! Jagex will NEVER email to ask for account details, so don't send any info back.28
Wrong! You can not become a member for free. Membership requires a subscription to be paid or a bond to be purchased. Never give your account details to anyone. Press the 'Report Abuse' button and fill in the26
Incorrect! These details can be used within the account recovery system and possibly compromise your account.25
Wrong! Jagex never ask for your account information - especially to become a player moderator. Press the 'Report Abuse' button and fill in the offending player's name and the correct category.25
Incorrect! Never share your login details with another player.24
offending player's name and the correct category.21
Wrong! Jagex will NEVER email to ask for account details, and the links may lead to a fake website.20
Incorrect! Do not trust anybody claiming you have won a prize and asking for your account details.20
Wrong! Don't give your password to anyone otherwise you can lose everything you have worked so hard for.17
Wrong! Complicated passwords are always a good idea but they are not the very best security step you can take to keep your email secure.16