Re: speaking passwords
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Security wise, it could not be a default option, and should only be able to be implemented by an administrator.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Angel
Sent: Saturday, August 18, 2018 5:40 PM
Subject: Re: speaking passwords
I forgot the particular situation in which this took place. But, I recall being on the phone with another totally blind person. I was amazed to hear his screen reader, as we spoke. Apparently, he was educated in Africa. He was delegated to do the typing, when he was a child, for the nuns who ran the residential school in which he was educated, in the 1960's. The head phones, then available, were quite heavy; and caused much distress to those who wore them. As a result, to this day, he refuses to wear them. He is a professor, at a University. I can imagine how his attitude concerning the use of head phones might effect any perceived security issues. However, he has been such a fine typist. He would not require such an option. I also have a further question. If Foe were to incorporate this option, would it be a default option? I would hope it wouldn't. I, personally, would find it to be a bother to turn such an option off.