How is it that my bank, and ebay, and dozens of other websites never, ever have asked me to change my password, but for some reason ColesOnline, a local grocery store, requires users to change their password every thirty days? Is that really necessary? It's freaking groceries.
Are they concerned someone is going to log in under my name and order cream cheese, tampons, and salami?
And it's not like they even store my credit card information-- I have to go through all the payment stuff every time we order. On the flip side, they do keep a master list of everything I've ever purchased; I can only imagine what some hacker would do with that kind of info.
I've had enough. I can barely keep up with all the passwords I've acquired in the last fifteen years, now to buy groceries I should keep a rotation of passwords on hand and in head?
I'm done. Woolworths.com, I'm all yours baby.