Security questions is an authentication method in which the user enrolls by answering questions and then provides the same answers during authentication.
Security questions is an authentication method in which the user enrolls by answering questions and then provides the same answers during authentication. This method is used for logging on to the Self-Service Console, and can be used as an identity confirmation method for risk-based authentication (RBA).
A default set of questions is provided for English-speaking users, but you can modify the questions and create new sets of questions in any supported language. To modify or add security questions, you must create a security questions file and import it. For more information, see Modify the Security Questions File and Import Security Questions.
In the security questions file, you must identify the language using the id attribute and the corresponding attribute value, for example:
All supported languages are listed alphabetically in the table. Locate the language of the security questions that you want to add to the security questions file, and use the corresponding id attribute value to identify the language.
Note:You can maintain only one set of security questions for each id attribute value.
If more than one entry describes the language of the security questions that you are adding to your deployment, you can use either id attribute value.