Is it possible for your opponent to hack into your game and make a move for you?
LOL logicon, inventive I'll give you that much. (You know what I mean)
Dang, if only we knew what the heck was going on...
I know though
I could tell ya, but then i'd have to [comment delete] ya
I dont understand: to find out ones thoughts?
If your password is in any way "guessable" then it's possible.
The strongest passwords are just random strings of letters and numbers, which can never be guessed. If your password is a dictionary word, or something associated with you, then it becomes possible to guess it.
Even a "strong" password could be brute-forced by a computer program in theory, but I can't imagine anyone doing this just to make a move on Chess.com
Precisely-- being a talented hacker at NSA wouldn't preclude someone from also being a cheat at chess.
lol very inventive.
logicon - talk to my opponents who've beaten me. They might be able to help you out. ;)
Lisa-they're probably not looking at the board
how about anagrams =)
He was *trying* to be witty.
I think IM's being ironic. It has to be ironic. It IS ironic, isn't it?
If you can't handle civilized irony, that's your tough luck.
Watch out for the person who makes blunders for me. His name is DefinitelyNotGM
I don't see why it couldn't be possible. All of this is nothing but digital information ... bits and bytes in cyberspace on some server somewhere. Change a value, a voila.
Possible. Improbable. Unlikely.
It can be , If they use a linux operating system in developer Mode !