Chroma-Hash displays an ambient color representation of the input as
it is being typed.
Use Case 1: Login Check
If your password normally is represented as red, purple, orange,
and after youve finished typing you see pink, green, grey, youll
know you mistyped it somewhere along the way.
In light of Nielsen's new article seen here: http://www.useit.com/alertbox/passwords.html along with other user
frustration feedback, my team and I started looking at other
solutions to masking passwords on creation. Although I know the
simplest and best answer is probably not to mask the password at all,
it is highly doubtful that that answer will fly with our client.
Can anyone point me in the direction of sample security questions that could
be used to verify a user's identity if they don't have an email address and
have forgotten a password? EG Mother's maiden name, first school etc etc.
I think best practice would be to let a users set the question themselves,
but in this case we need to offer a set of questions for the user to choose