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Comment Re:Secure? (Score 1) 167

Well it's not like it just randomly picks a security image for you. You have to set one of your choosing on their site. They set a cookie (I believe), so the image is only good for the particular computer you are on. But phishing sites are unable to retrieve the cookie to display the image.

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