Just a little rant. Let me give you an example: Where were you on January 1st, 2000? South Beach South Beach Miami South Beach, Miami South Beach Miami Florida South Beach, Miami Florida South Beach Miami, Florida South Beach, Miami, Florida Miami Miami Florida Miami, Florida Florida What was your first job? Salesperson Salesman Merchandise Specialist salesperson salesman merchandise specialist Crate & Barrel Crate and Barrel Crate & Barrel & Co. Crate & Barrel & Co Crate & Barrel, & Co. Crate & Barrel, & Co Crate and Barrel and Company Crate and Barrel, and Company Crate and Barrel and Company, LLC Crate and Barrel, and Company, LLC That's a total of 154 different ways to answer those questions correctly. This is literally the worst possible way to solve this problem. Jim: "Hey Bob, this whole passwords being stolen thing is a problem." Bob: "Sure is! Hey I have a great idea, what if we made a second secret password?" Jim: "That's a great idea! So if the main password is compromised, nothing will happen?" Bob: "Exactly, except for this password lets have it be in the form of an answer to a question. So that way the user won't even remember exactly what it is" Jim: "A non-specific password?" Bob: "There's nothing more secure than a password can't even be used 99% of the time even when you know it."