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re: Are login forms that ask for your username and password on two different pages more secure? VIEW POST

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My opinion is that this trend is the result of Cargo Cult Security: the others are doing it, so it must be more secure. So when people ask me why I am doing it, I will tell them, without further justification, that it’s for security, and they will in turn believe that it’s more secure.

Another possible explanation is that it’s a misunderstanding of the meaning of the term “2-step verification.” The login form asks for your username and password in two different steps, and we all know (believe?) that 2-step verification is more secure.

 

I doubt it's a misunderstanding of "2-step authentication" because even big companies (like Google) are doing it, I'm pretty sure they know the difference.

Maybe it's just a design trend, I don't know, but either way it's annoying as hell.

 

IDK, LastPass seems to be doing fine with it.

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