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Thanks for the prompt response.
Will I be able to use the password field in my form now?
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The intent is not to create login form. I have already explained my use case in a mail to the support team. Please find the details below:
Describe the purpose of our forms: To be used as an internal form within the organization to gather some inputs from partner teams
Reason for asking for password: This is a password required for decrypting a .p12 certificate shared by our partner teams
URL of your web site where we use these forms: This form will not be exposed publicly. Rather, we will selectively share the URL with our partner teams (within our company) over e-mail.
So, how can I use the password field in my form without getting the form disabled.
Since your field's purpose is for decryption and not for login, to make sure that your form does not get disabled by our phishing detector, I would suggest replacing the password label with a different word such as "Access Key" or "Decrypt Code" so you can collect the information that you require.
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