Often, security questions on websites aren’t as difficult as security researchers would like.
An Indian bank may have addressed that issue, but it reportedly took a weird route to get there.
Journalist Rohin Dharmakumar was greeted by some very strange questions when registering with the State Bank of India.
In addition to typical questions such as one’s favourite sports commentator or where they met their spouse, the state-run bank has also shown interest in the website “you rarely visit” and the “plant you like or dislike.” The bank also asks about your “neighbours pet’s name,” if that works for you. Read more…