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How do I remember my account's security response or send it to my email?


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If you didn't choose a security question with an answer that is obvious to you (like the city where you were born or your dog's name) then you are out of luck. The whole point of security questions is to make it hard for anyone else to spoof her way into your account. Linden Lab will not send you the question or let you change it. If you're having trouble getting into your account, submit a support case to explain the problem. The Lab will ask for some other form of identification to verify that you are the account owner.

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If you didn't choose a security question with an answer that is obvious to you (like the city where you were born or your dog's name) then you are out of luck. The whole point of security questions is to make it hard for anyone else to spoof her way into your account. Linden Lab will not send you the question or let you change it. If you're having trouble getting into your account, submit a support case to explain the problem. The Lab will ask for some other form of identification to verify that you are the account owner.

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Anytime you create an account you should write down your password and the answers to your security question.  Don't put it anywhere in your computer as people can hack into it.  Write it on paper and keep it in a secure location only accessible by you and/or people you trust in RL

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Interesting question, because am not sure if every secondlife user have a security question.

I cannot remember that i got one in 2007 when registrating at 0031 So i think i do not have one, otherwise i would not know it anymore. Besides security questions are annoying and useless. The use combination wuestion/answere you not like to use. So the answere is not what the question say. This is because security.

 

Not smart to use security question what is your town. That's to easy for criminals to get.

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