I know by default Drupal provides 'Forgot password' option which allows user to enter their username/Email. If that's valid, sends a password reset link to their Email.

But I would like to do the same process without involving an email, which allows users to logged in immediately in one or two steps (by validating some checks).

How can I achieve that in Drupal?


I found a module called Password Reset. This is what I was looking for. I've tested this module and working great!.

The password_reset module allows for passwords to be reset without involving e-mail addresses through the use of security questions. This module would typically be used on sites that do not require users to enter their e-mail addresses or prefer not having to deal with spam folder issues etc.

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