Tells users why they should create a unique password Instead of asking users to create a username it informs them that their email address will be used to access the account. Although I’m not sure how many people would get the term “user ID“. Jargon, maybe?
I’ve written a few times about secret questions, and there are a few good examples out there that do it well, but many more that do it poorly. The problem with secret questions is that in general, they all ask you the same question. Once someone has the answer, they could potentially break into your account… Continue reading Password retrieval security questions