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Why you must give security questions a false answer with some examples

It’s okay to lie a little for the sake of website security…no one has to know — and they shouldn’t know.

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You know those “security questions” I’m talking about. They’re supposed to be easier to remember than your password, but they defeat the purpose of website security. This one time, you have to “lie” just to remain protected. I don’t give…

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