Reset your security questions
- Go to My Apple ID (appleid.apple.com).
- Select “Manage your Apple ID” and sign in.
- Select “Password and Security” on the left side of the page.
- If you have only one security question, you can change the question and answer now.
- If you have more than one security question:
- Select “Send reset security info email to [your rescue email address].” If you don't see this link or don't have access to your rescue address, contact Apple Support as described in the next section.
- Your rescue address will receive a reset email from Apple. Follow its instructions to reset your security questions and set up new questions and answers. Didn't receive the email ?
After resetting your security questions, consider turning on two-step verification. With two-step verification, you don't need security questions to secure your account or verify your identity.
If you can't reset your security questions
Contact Apple Support in either of these circumstances:
- You don't see the link to send a reset email, which means you don't have a rescue address.
- You see the link to send a reset email, but you don't have access to email at the rescue address.
A temporary support PIN isn't usually required, but Apple may ask you to generate a PIN if your identity needs to be verified.
When they've been reset (and if you don't already have a rescue email address) you can then use steps on this page to add a rescue email address for potential future use : http://support.apple.com/kb/HT5620