On Wed, Apr 1, 2015 at 9:00 PM, Anders Rundgren < anders.rundgren....@gmail.com> wrote: > > Who would like to get something like that in their face when buying stuff > on the web?
14% of users recognize changes in content of a security prompt. An MRI scan shows that at the second security prompt in a session a clear drop in visual processing occurs. The authors of the study suggest that security prompts be made such that they are as annoying and hard to habituate against as possible (Permissionities syndrome on steroids). This messages author suggests that if you do that, it's the fastest way to annoy the heck out of everybody in no time flat and get them to stop using whatever it is you're programming. Vista on steroids.