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I am trying to use a Python package from GitHub with which I can access many information on steam: . However, in order to log in, I would need to provide use the path to my "Steam Guard File".

Or get this information:

{
    "steamid": "YOUR_STEAM_ID_64",
    "shared_secret": "YOUR_SHARED_SECRET",
    "identity_secret": "YOUR_IDENTITY_SECRET"
}

In order to access the information, I need to login using:

steam_client = SteamClient('MY_API_KEY')
steam_client.login('MY_USERNAME', 'MY_PASSWORD', 'PATH_TO_STEAMGUARD_FILE')

There was another site Github page recommended to access this information, but it was mainly for mobile Steam Guard and I use my email address.

Can anyone help me to access the path to this Steam Guard file or the information it contains?

Many thanks in advance!

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    This may be better suited for Stackoverflow, but you are going to want to include a minimal, reproducible sample of code as well or at least show what you have so far.
    – Timmy Jim
    Nov 10, 2021 at 20:02
  • Yeah, I was thinking of asking it there too, but as this is not explicitly a coding question I thought I would post it here first.
    – gberta
    Nov 10, 2021 at 20:05
  • And be careful with providing that kind of information. I suppose this is an offline or client-side file, but make sure no one else has access.
    – Joachim
    Nov 12, 2021 at 18:50

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You can find your Steam Guard File in your Program Files (x86) / Steam Folder:

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Please remember to not give anyone access to this file, as it could compromise your Account.

(The hidden file seems to be a honeypot, so you shouldn't need it)

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