Being the half-hearted fashion snob that I am, I read a few blogs by European bespoke tailors. While I can neither afford their services nor making any constructive comments about their posts, I do feel somewhat comfortable with saying that bespoke security measures are, by definition, a failure.
Lets examine the source for confirmation:
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<td>Random Code Verification</td><td>
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Excuse me while I go home and hand sew a floating canvass in my RTW coat.