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Re: What is the risk of this?
said by anon user :It's less risk than being able to change the password without having to provide the answers.
I can't change the password to my account on a site with out clicking on Forgot user name and password, and then answering the security questions - even while I know the correct user name and password.
What is the security risk of that?
said by Snowy:Turtle soup.
What would you hear if you asked The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles what is their favorite food?
Buckle Up. It makes it harder for the aliens to suck you out of your car.
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said by AVD:I can make a calculated guess @ what you were eating that day. said by Blackbird:
It wasn't until there was movement in Congress to assert the privacy of SSNs that such practices faded away. But until Congress moved, no amount of rhetoric could persuade the organization or the state to change their practices.
it sorta happened overnight, except for the example I cited which happened about 3 years ago.
I'd even say how many slices you had but with much less certainty.