Originally Posted by otc
Websites that have password complexity requirements (i.e. they say specifically "you must have these things in your password") but then don't allow the use of common special characters.
Seriously, wtf AmEx? You require a number in the password, but then limit the special characters to "%&_?#=-" (what's wrong with @ or ( or ^ or . or spaces?)
and then your damn passwords ARE NOT EVEN CASE SENSITIVE!
I have a best buy card, a best buy.com account and a best buy rewardzone account. You guessed it, all three of them have different password requirements/restrictions.
I wanted to sit down first of the year and standardize my passwords across various types of websites as well as change to a new email address for logon's. I gave up as I could never seem to get the same password on like every 3rd site.
and dont insult the strength of my password, how about I insult the strength of your shitty security.
dont get me started on answering security questions......