Google finds that security questions aren’t really secure
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Google finds that security questions aren’t really secure

If you’ve ever thought that “what was your first pet’s name?” is a lousy way to keep intruders from resetting your password, you now have some evidence t

Source: www.engadget.com

 That’s the way Apple iCloud was hacked last year. That should have been warning signal enough.

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Google finds that security questions aren’t really secure