Do you remain signed on when you leave the websites you belong to - and why or why not?
Do you think that leaving yourself signed on, or having your signon information saved is a good idea, so that you don't have to sign on every time you want to go to HubPages, Facebook, Reddit, etc.? If you do, please explain. If you don't, please explain.
I don't stay signed on any of my pages. I don't think that it is safe, others can get on your computer and go on your pages and mess around on them. This has happened to me before so I sign out everytime. I also try to change my password every two months.
When I have my laptop on, I typically have many tabs open and am signed into a number of sites. However, I always sign out of the sites before shutting down my laptop.
I NEVER allow any of my information to be saved for faster log-on. This poses a huge security risk.
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