Here is the height of ridiculousness. I bought a new phone today. I tried to open Hangouts. It asked for my password. Unfortunately, its been three years since I set up my account and created a password. I could not remember.
So I opened my computer and opened Agnostic.com and its set up to remember my password automatically. I went to settings and selected update password. It took me to the change password page and guess what? It begins by asking me for my current password. Go figure. I went to password manager on computer and got the last password iteration saved. I put that in and guess what. It said no a valid combination. So now I am stuck trying to get Agnostic on my phone. If you are trying to change an old password, why ask what your current password is, it you cannot remember in the first place.
It is completely logical to ask for the old password when requesting a change on a web site. Every web site has a way to ask to change passwords via a link from your email. This can usually be found on the sign in page, where “Forgot Password” is an option beneath the user name. Try to find that.