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Time to Kill Security Questions—or Answer Them With Lies

Security questions for password recovery are fundamentally insecure. But if we can't abolish them, we can at least make our answers tough to guess. The post Time to Kill Security Questions—or Answer Them With Lies appeared first on WIRED.
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