Managing your secret question

“Ever Wish You Paid More Attention To the Color of Your First Bicycle?” Wall Street Journal, October 23, 2013 A1 http://on.wsj.com/164fAyr

To protect people’s private information, websites often require that you provide an answer to a few security questions, unique to you.  Can’t use your mother’s maiden name any more.

But people have difficulty picking questions from a limited list.

Is the outcome “no access” or access without a lot of security for that person?

 

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