Saturday, March 19, 2016
Recovering Passwords; A Writers Workshop
Have you ever tried to log in on a device and not been able to remember your password?
Have you ever tried recovering your password where all your emails are connected through your cell phone?
Welcome to a Writers Workshop, Recovering Passwords. You could write a novel based on the password recovery process these days.
Long gone are the "what is you mothers maiden name" insert the answer and welcome back to your account. Now, it's cell phone codes, what was the last password you remember, send an email to your recovery email account (assuming you can remember the password to that account - which I didn't) answer the Captcha symbol where certain numbers always look like a letter but the Google images makes me think that my own street address numbers will eventually show up, reset your password, would you like to add another email account in case you can't back in like you just have (no thank you), confirm your new password, add a safety image so that when you do log back in the image you have selected will identify that you are not at a phishing site, reconfirm, please log out to ensure that the changes are made, log back in on the cell phone - laptop - tablet - desktop - the work computer - the work laptop, answer all the "your password was changed on another device notification and did you authorize such password change" question on each of the devices, and reload the web page.
I forgot why I was going into the email anyway.
Got my 30 minutes writing completed for today.