Would you like my password???

@mssnow (9495)
United States
March 21, 2009 3:55pm CST
Everyone has a password. It's usually some type of thing they can easily remember. A pets name, a spouse, a place. Sometimes it is letters and numbers combined to make it more difficult. BUT some people feel they can trust someone enough to give out their password to the other person. I have heard many horror stories of people giving their password to their boyfriend. girlfriend, spouse or someone that they truly loved. But later they split and guess what happens?? That person betrays you trust and messes with your accounts. Have you been a victim of someone betraying your trust?? Have they reeked havoc with your account?? Were you able to recover or did you have to start over again?? If you haven't given out your password to anyone, would you to someone you REALLY loved? OK, Now you all have been waiting for password, haven't you?? I trust everyone on Mylot not to abuse it. Because I love all of my friends very much. So here is my password. ********************************* Have fun, Now promise me you wont ever abuse my trust!!! heheheh
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• United States
21 Mar 09
The one experience of a shared password was between a good friend of mine & myself. He had a paid subscription to a site, & suddenly, neither one of us were able to log in. It turned out that being that we were accessing the site from two different IP's, occasionally at the same time, site support told him that they thought that some hacker got his account info & locked him out. Since then, I have not shared my passwords with anyone. I have on occasion, however, had administrative passwords shared with me by webmasters, only because it was necessary to help out on their sites.
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@mssnow (9495)
• United States
22 Mar 09
its my favorite ki]lingon. You know you havent told me how much you love me lately. I miss that lol. You would share your password with me though right/? Since i told you mine. hehehe
• United States
22 Mar 09
Still trying to catch up & be close at hand. If you have the patience to type out the lyrics to the latest comment on your profile, that's my password. At least one of them, anyway. If you type one out & it doesn't work, try the lyrics to other one. If neiother of them works, you typoed. Hmmmm ... the wonders ... There's no actual studio version of that one, & the reason for that is sort of amazing to me. Now that might spark a possible discussion.
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@mssnow (9495)
• United States
22 Mar 09
aha!!!! Now if only i can figure it out Hugs to my favorite klingon :)
@Darkwing (21588)
26 Mar 09
Cripes, girl! That's one heck of a long password for ANYbody to remember! ha ha ha. I promise that I won't EVER abuse your trust with that! ha ha ha. I have trusted one or two people with my passwords for some sites, and they have trusted me, but it's not because I really love them especially, it's because I really know and trust their integrity, and they trust me, so I've never abused an account, as I value their trust of me, and I've never suffered abuse from them. That's fine, but you DO have to be very careful to not have the same password for all your accounts, and to only share it with your most trusted friends or family. I've only given mine to two people in fact, and they're longstanding, loyal friends. Brightest Blessings.
@mssnow (9495)
• United States
26 Mar 09
yep thats why I gave you mine coz i know i can trust you lol. Hugs my friend xxxx
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@Darkwing (21588)
27 Mar 09
Awwwwww... lol, then I feel I should give you mine in return then, my friend. It's **************. Have fun with it! ha ha ha
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@Darkwing (21588)
27 Mar 09
Come to think of it, that's quite similar to yours! Are you copying me?
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@cieldz (711)
• Indonesia
22 Mar 09
nice password, but too way looooooooooooonnnnnggggggg........ there must be some combination of couple words... hehehe
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@mssnow (9495)
• United States
22 Mar 09
hehe who knows :)
@cieldz (711)
• Indonesia
22 Mar 09
let me guess.... ********************************* abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz0123456 hahaha....
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@mssnow (9495)
• United States
22 Mar 09
hehe yes you got it lol. so make sure you try it now lol
@polachicago (19075)
• United States
22 Mar 09
Oh, this is such nice password, I am afraid is too long for me to remember. How can you remember that many numbers? Anyway, you can trust me in 100%....
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@mssnow (9495)
• United States
22 Mar 09
lol well you see its the name of my cat dog and sons altogether so of course i remember it. ooops lol I know i can trust you thats why i gave it to you lol
@polachicago (19075)
• United States
22 Mar 09
I see also third name in your password...
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@mssnow (9495)
• United States
22 Mar 09
rofl ok then you got it :)
@weemam (13378)
21 Mar 09
I have never ever given my passwords to anyone . Yes I would give them to people I love and people who love me , but in saying that I never have been asked to give it , I have different passwords for different things and it takes me to remember them all lol . Interesting discussion pal Wee xx
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@mssnow (9495)
• United States
21 Mar 09
hehe thanks my friend. Did you like my password?? oh I have a difficult time remembering which password goes to which account lol but i just try them all lol
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@weemam (13378)
21 Mar 09
lol I think yours is a wee bit long:). I remember my bank one as I get three goes only on that one :) Wee xx
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@mssnow (9495)
• United States
21 Mar 09
LOL thanks
@arkaf61 (10883)
• Canada
21 Mar 09
Yes, I have heard about stories like that as well. But they really just reveal a bit of thinking. I have no problem sharing my passwords with my husband, I have his as well, but I stop there. I would not give it to a friend either in real life or online.So Ok, hubby has it, but lets say something happened and we were not together anymore... those passwords would be changed so fast it would make anyone's head spin. But I do more. I change my passwords regularly. I don't ever use those easy to figure out ones - like pets/spouse/kids names, dates of birth, anniversary dates, things that I am interested, reversed names etc. etc. etc.. And I often change from smallcaps to big, some small some big, etc. I also always try to use the maximum amount of characters that I am allowed in a password. the usual 4-7 characters is not really safe enough as a rule. In any case, thank you so much for sharing your password, I promise I won't abuse it .... do you do your banking online? hehehehehehehehehehe
@mssnow (9495)
• United States
21 Mar 09
Good for you for not using the easy ones. And by the way yes i do banking online, Why do you ask?? lol
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@arkaf61 (10883)
• Canada
21 Mar 09
Since you so gracefully gave us your password it would not cross my mind to try to get in your bank account LOLLLLLLL Just joking. No, seriously now. I do know a person that had the same password for everything including her bank account online. Someone got it and did some serious damage. Lesson learned never use the same password for everything. At least it's better to rotate 2 or 3 that we can memorize.
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@mssnow (9495)
• United States
22 Mar 09
I agree with you about having more than one password. better safe than sorry
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@mummymo (23709)
24 Mar 09
LOL I don't mind if oyu want that as your password - I actually know someone who was convinced their password was ******! Seriously their son set everything up for them as thye were new to a computer and when they were trying to log iin they got really frustrated as ****** didn't work! lol AS for me - no one I have ever given my password to has betrayed me but then again I would rush round changing all my passwords if I split up with my other half and he is the only one I share it with! xxxx
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@mssnow (9495)
• United States
24 Mar 09
well twinnie, since i gave you my password then you should return the favor lol XXXXX
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@mummymo (23709)
24 Mar 09
Oh didn't I do that? Ok it is mytwinsisterisaspoiledbratwhothinkssheisaprincess see I do wub you! xxxx
@LittleMel (14055)
• Canada
22 Mar 09
no I don't want your password I have trouble remembering my own passwords lol I don't write them down so whan I forget that's it I have to make new one by the way that's a VERY long one... more stars than your star so yeah thats good!
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@mssnow (9495)
• United States
22 Mar 09
Hi mel, nice to see you. hehehe its so funny, how many people actually beleive that is my password lol
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@LittleMel (14055)
• Canada
24 Mar 09
lol nah it wont be your password cant have a password that long here i like the stars though
@James72 (26832)
• Australia
22 Mar 09
Thanks. I've used your password many times in the last 24 hours and I'm expecting to receive at LEAST 437 new credit cards within the next 10 working days! Only my Wife knows my passwords these days as I have been a victim of betrayal before. About 3 years ago, lucky me had over 40K taken from me as a result. In this instance, I had little choice but to notch it up to experience and start again. That's all I care to say on that one! But everyone needs to protect their online passwords with their LIFE and especially when it comes to banking and personal data.
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@mssnow (9495)
• United States
22 Mar 09
Only 437?? seems to me you would have gottten a t least 574. Oh well Sorry to hear about your 40K wish i had known you then lol
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@James72 (26832)
• Australia
22 Mar 09
No biggie, it's only money! The lesson I learned from it was far more valuable. It took me a while to realize this, but I got there in the end!
@draftlog (26)
• Indonesia
22 Mar 09
You are clever for make a joke. No thanks, password is important data that we have. And that is must be safely to keeped. Don't any person know our password.
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@mssnow (9495)
• United States
22 Mar 09
Thank you I like to have fun
• United States
22 Mar 09
o there are plenty of horror stories especially around my area, but never had that happen personally. its a very messed up thing to do and obviously the other person is a real mess to do that.
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@mssnow (9495)
• United States
22 Mar 09
People do mean stuff when they think they have been wronged
@jewilim (495)
• Philippines
22 Mar 09
I think its really hard to trust other people with your secrets. As what i usually hear from people they say that "you best friend could really be your worst enemy" because anytime they could turn their back on you and besides that they would do almost everything to get even with you. I think that is really one of the most scary things about friendship, its either you trust or dont trust them at all. Its a risk that everyone has to take i guess..
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@mssnow (9495)
• United States
22 Mar 09
and it happens a lot more than people think. The peron you trust the most could get mad at you and decide to get even.
• India
22 Mar 09
hI LOTTER I THINK THE PASSWORD IS SOMETING VERY PERSONAL TO EVERY BODY ,DONT YOU THINK SO.
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@mssnow (9495)
• United States
22 Mar 09
maybe or maybe not
@lynnemg (4539)
• United States
22 Mar 09
My Mom is the only person, besides me, of course, that has any of my passwords. I know she would never do anything to hurt me, so I have no worries. Sha also has a great memory, so she doesn't evenhave it written down, she has it stored in her memory bank. My husband soesn't have me passwords, but I am willing to show him any of my e-mails, and I often share them with him.
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@mssnow (9495)
• United States
22 Mar 09
well i guess if you cant trust your mom who can you trust?? :)
@chimrani (1430)
• India
22 Mar 09
yes i too heard it but we can change the passwords