"To secure your account, we recommend that you disable your security questions" Why?

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Nicholas: Massive government investment in the national economy on a long term basis.

As the New Deal was hodg podge of unconnected,short term,short sighted and underfunded measures with no overall coordinated long term plan of integration,it wasn't an example of Keynesian economics as originally put forward by Keynes.

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Nicholas:
Because the security questions were included in the data leak. Anyone accusing that list the hackers got see your username, password and security questions. That means even if you change your password, the hackers can still access your account by using the security questions. That's why you need to disable them and make sure the alternate email address and phone number are still valid
Enigma:
Someone you know may be trying to hack your account and may know the answers to your security questions?
chrisjbsc:
Who sent that? Someone who wants to keep your account secure? Or someone who wants your account to be as insecure as possible??
Bob:
Sounds like a scam. Which website is asking you this question, may I ask?

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