That's the whole point of security questions. No one is supposed to know, except you. There is no magical way to reveal them, otherwise, someone else could assume your identity for all your past and future iTunes purchases.
If you are unable to get past them, all you can do is contact iTunes Support. They will need to establish your identity... somehow.
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Providing you know your ID and password, you should be able to rewrite your security questions. Start here, change your country if necessary and go to manage your account > password & security.
Hi Sir Winston,
I have seen that recommendation elsewhere, but if I do that, the very next requirement is the following:
"Please answer your security questions. These questions help us verify your identity".
Therefore I need to know the existing answers, before I may be permitted to change them.
The questions posed change randomly each time I use "manage your account".
I realize this may not be the case for everyone. I suspect Apple's security algorithms are designed to be unpredictable, so it is difficult to provide consistent advice that will work for everyone.
I appreciate what you're saying John, I assumed you would have good reason to give the advice that you did, however it had been my experience that I am simply allowed to change my questions. Indeed under the circumstances I even tested this prior to responding in this particular case.
Sometimes I guess there are questions that have no right answers. I also wondered whether the difference may be when questions have previously been asked and answered incorrectly. However I've never been asked any security questions when I've made a purchase, so haven't been able to intentionally get them wrong in order to test this out.
Thanks, I appreciate the additional information.
I have never answered my questions incorrectly, and have never been asked for anything other than my password upon making an iTunes or App Store purchase. Yet the requirement to answer them always follows upon selecting password & security in "manage your account". I just verified this as well.
I've only had this Apple ID for 12 years...