What is your dogs name?

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My girl is Rizzo. Not named after Anthony.

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Ethan and Aden

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Rocky, named after the Rockies. Also why my DD team is named the Rockies. Named for the dog, which is named for the team.

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Hey, let's get a mother's maiden name thread going too...

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lol nvm...

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@hoboadam said in What is your dogs name?:

Hey, let's get a mother's maiden name thread going too...

I agree that it is rarely a good idea to answer these types of questions on a public forum, even if the original intention was not nefarious.

That being said, you should never answer those types of security questions truthfully. They are typically really easy for scammers to find out. Come up with some kind of cipher that will make made up code words easier for you to remember, or just make up answers based on things you like.

Example:

Dog’s name? Krypto (Superman’s dog)

Mother’s name? Martha (Why did you say that name?!?!)

First car? T.A.R.D.I.S

And no, I’ve never actually used any of these.

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@PennStateFencer said in What is your dogs name?:

@hoboadam said in What is your dogs name?:

Hey, let's get a mother's maiden name thread going too...

I agree that it is rarely a good idea to answer these types of questions on a public forum, even if the original intention was not nefarious.

That being said, you should never answer those types of security questions truthfully. They are typically really easy for scammers to find out. Come up with some kind of cipher that will make made up code words easier for you to remember, or just make up answers based on things you like.

Example:

Dog’s name? Krypto (Superman’s dog)

Mother’s name? Martha (Why did you say that name?!?!)

First car? T.A.R.D.I.S

And no, I’ve never actually used any of these.

I mean I'm not gonna answer the where do you live one but this is just my dog's name lol...bunch of dogs with the same name...I changed my post lol

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@PennStateFencer said in What is your dogs name?:

That being said, you should never answer those types of security questions truthfully. They are typically really easy for scammers to find out.

That's why, if given the opportunity, I always use the "Favorite book/movie/song" questions that don't offer an opportunity to trackdown PII.

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My dude is named Bowser

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Yadi.... you can probably guess why.

(For the security question concerns above, I actually use a different pets name that I have, so I'm good)

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@SaveFarris said in What is your dogs name?:

@PennStateFencer said in What is your dogs name?:

That being said, you should never answer those types of security questions truthfully. They are typically really easy for scammers to find out.

That's why, if given the opportunity, I always use the "Favorite book/movie/song" questions that don't offer an opportunity to trackdown PII.

Yeah, don't answer most questions!

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@bhall09 said in What is your dogs name?:

Rocky, named after the Rockies. Also why my DD team is named the Rockies. Named for the dog, which is named for the team.

Love all of that.

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@PennStateFencer said in What is your dogs name?:

@hoboadam said in What is your dogs name?:

Hey, let's get a mother's maiden name thread going too...

I agree that it is rarely a good idea to answer these types of questions on a public forum, even if the original intention was not nefarious.

That being said, you should never answer those types of security questions truthfully. They are typically really easy for scammers to find out. Come up with some kind of cipher that will make made up code words easier for you to remember, or just make up answers based on things you like.

Example:

Dog’s name? Krypto (Superman’s dog)

Mother’s name? Martha (Why did you say that name?!?!)

First car? T.A.R.D.I.S

And no, I’ve never actually used any of these.

So.... where do you live?

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@PhatWhiteOwl said in What is your dogs name?:

@PennStateFencer said in What is your dogs name?:

@hoboadam said in What is your dogs name?:

Hey, let's get a mother's maiden name thread going too...

I agree that it is rarely a good idea to answer these types of questions on a public forum, even if the original intention was not nefarious.

That being said, you should never answer those types of security questions truthfully. They are typically really easy for scammers to find out. Come up with some kind of cipher that will make made up code words easier for you to remember, or just make up answers based on things you like.

Example:

Dog’s name? Krypto (Superman’s dog)

Mother’s name? Martha (Why did you say that name?!?!)

First car? T.A.R.D.I.S

And no, I’ve never actually used any of these.

So.... where do you live?

Dude cmon lol

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@SaveFarris said in What is your dogs name?:

@PennStateFencer said in What is your dogs name?:

That being said, you should never answer those types of security questions truthfully. They are typically really easy for scammers to find out.

That's why, if given the opportunity, I always use the "Favorite book/movie/song" questions that don't offer an opportunity to trackdown PII.

I have never thought of that. Thanks.

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@olivegarden2 said in What is your dogs name?:

@PhatWhiteOwl said in What is your dogs name?:

@PennStateFencer said in What is your dogs name?:

@hoboadam said in What is your dogs name?:

Hey, let's get a mother's maiden name thread going too...

I agree that it is rarely a good idea to answer these types of questions on a public forum, even if the original intention was not nefarious.

That being said, you should never answer those types of security questions truthfully. They are typically really easy for scammers to find out. Come up with some kind of cipher that will make made up code words easier for you to remember, or just make up answers based on things you like.

Example:

Dog’s name? Krypto (Superman’s dog)

Mother’s name? Martha (Why did you say that name?!?!)

First car? T.A.R.D.I.S

And no, I’ve never actually used any of these.

So.... where do you live?

Dude cmon lol

Well you live in Boston most likely. Things like that pic could be compromising too.

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@PhatWhiteOwl said in What is your dogs name?:

@olivegarden2 said in What is your dogs name?:

@PhatWhiteOwl said in What is your dogs name?:

@PennStateFencer said in What is your dogs name?:

@hoboadam said in What is your dogs name?:

Hey, let's get a mother's maiden name thread going too...

I agree that it is rarely a good idea to answer these types of questions on a public forum, even if the original intention was not nefarious.

That being said, you should never answer those types of security questions truthfully. They are typically really easy for scammers to find out. Come up with some kind of cipher that will make made up code words easier for you to remember, or just make up answers based on things you like.

Example:

Dog’s name? Krypto (Superman’s dog)

Mother’s name? Martha (Why did you say that name?!?!)

First car? T.A.R.D.I.S

And no, I’ve never actually used any of these.

So.... where do you live?

Dude cmon lol

Well you live in Boston most likely. Things like that pic could be compromising too.

https://forums.theshownation.com/topic/16853/where-do-you-live/41 As you see I live in Ohio where Larkin grew up...you know I don't trust you because of this thread as well lol

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Oh snap, nothing doing but I see what you mean. I'll cut it out.

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@PhatWhiteOwl said in What is your dogs name?:

Oh snap, nothing doing but I see what you mean. I'll cut it out.

Ok, I won't believe you stop it until you do though!

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@olivegarden2 said in What is your dogs name?:

@PhatWhiteOwl said in What is your dogs name?:

Oh snap, nothing doing but I see what you mean. I'll cut it out.

Ok, I won't believe you stop it until you do though!

You got it.

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