I change my passwords frequently, so I'm protected. Its a good, safe idea.
Helpful hints, never use a password with your child's name, mother's maiden name, dog or cat name. Why - take a look at frequently asked questions in forums or Facebook quizzes...often times forum questions ask "what is your dogs name" or you may mention your child's name in a hub or forum post. Adding numbers and symbols into your password helps to ensure its safety!
by Amanda Littlejohn2 years ago
Hi, I'm new to Pinterest and just received an email from apparently from them asking me to change my password as there had been some security issue (a virus called Heartbleed).I juts wanted to check if anyone knows if...
by bilalbhatti5 years ago
hey guys, would you prefer sharing your passwords of social networks or email to your loved one?For a perfect relationship is that necessary?
by paradigmsearch4 years ago
"When Justin Bassett interviewed for a new job, he expected the usual questions about experience and references. So he was astonished when the interviewer asked for something else: his Facebook username and...
by santiagomunez7 years ago
I have doubt on ma wifey that she is talking to someone through her mails i aksed her bt she remained silient n beahved that nthing such had happened before Alcatraz! Niphedorurah i want her email account password...
by Maria Cecilia18 months ago
Although the woman is a lot prettier, still i am wondering what went wrong? Who changed my photo when i know I am the only one who has the control over my profile page....what will I do with this problem. My apologies...
by Maddie Ruud8 years ago
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