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Jan
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comment Why do websites require retyping the password upon user error in a registration form?
I agree that security is virtually non-existent, but was purely stating in a general sense that in the event that user believed they had submitted the form, to protect their personal data it would be better if the form reloaded empty, rather than with all their details.
Jan
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Jan
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revised Why do websites require retyping the password upon user error in a registration form?
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Jan
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comment Why do websites require retyping the password upon user error in a registration form?
In that a completed form left unattended even momentarily may still contain personal details useful to anyone collecting data. At least if you clear the form, no-one else can see the persons data, should they be foolish enough to leave a public pc carelessly.
Jan
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answered Why do websites require retyping the password upon user error in a registration form?