Do you have Same Password for all your social Networking Websites?

By Raj
India
July 11, 2023 1:32am CST
It's not a good thing but I have observed that many users prefer to have the same password for their different social networking websites and even for their other websites that include earning websites etc. It's a risky thing because if one person can get to know of our password then they can hack all our accounts so better to have different passwords for your different social networking accounts and websites. Do you have the Same Password for all your social Networking Websites?
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@DaddyEvil (137202)
• United States
11 Jul
Why would you tell anyone your password(s) no matter if you have one or many of them?
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• India
11 Jul
There is a risk that the website may turn scam and may scam all your other accounts on different websites, who knows
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@DaddyEvil (137202)
• United States
11 Jul
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• India
11 Jul
• United States
11 Jul
Nope. Every password I have is different, and has more letters, numbers and special characters than your password.
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• India
11 Jul
That's the best option
@AmbiePam (86875)
• United States
11 Jul
No, all of my passwords are different, which makes it difficult at times to remember exactly what they are/were.
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• India
11 Jul
I also face this issue so I have related passwords but not same
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@LadyDuck (463889)
• Switzerland
11 Jul
Absolutely NOT and I change my passwords time by time.
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@LadyDuck (463889)
• Switzerland
11 Jul
@Butterfingers I am closing many of my media account. The risk to be hacked is high in FB.
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• India
11 Jul
@LadyDuck that's correct, it was never a safe website
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• India
11 Jul
This is how it should be to stay on safe side
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@Starmaiden (9311)
• Canada
11 Jul
I have two that I use and both are fairly strong.
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• India
11 Jul
Yes they should be strong and unique ones
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@Aansh13 (11314)
• New Delhi, India
11 Jul
Well, I do... I know it's not recommended, but that keeps life simple
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• India
11 Jul
I used to do that but not now
@GardenGerty (158443)
• United States
11 Jul
NO, I do not and my passwords are really random and not connected at all.
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• India
12 Jul
This is perfect and yes better to use different passwords for different websites
@jeanbug23 (992)
• Philippines
12 Jul
I have different passwords to all my networks and they are hard to memorize so I keep them in my locksafe.
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• India
12 Jul
This is a good option to remember passwords like that
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@allknowing (131214)
• India
12 Jul
Some Sites make suggestions and that is when I have to create passwords to suit them.
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• India
12 Jul
Yes they also want us to choose strong password
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@RebeccasFarm (87091)
• United States
11 Jul
I dont no.
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• India
11 Jul
Yes better to have different passwords
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@wolfgirl569 (98354)
• Marion, Ohio
11 Jul
My passwords are all very different.
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• India
11 Jul
That's the best option
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@db20747 (43440)
• Washington, District Of Columbia
18 Jul
I have very similar passwords. It's one of two passwords. So I can remembered easily. Sometimes I still forget.
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• India
19 Jul
haha happens with me all the time
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@leighnyork (1880)
11 Jul
Well not all because some requir some characters but apart from that all my sign ups have the same password
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• India
11 Jul
Ok good if it's working for you and you find it safe
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12 Jul
@Butterfingers yeah I do find it safe
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29 Jul
yes because I can remember it it's still the same one that I created when I was a kid
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• India
29 Jul
wow, that must be good one, how old are you now
@toniganzon (72279)
• Philippines
11 Jul
I used to so I could easily recall all the sties I was registered in. But I changed all of that many years ago. I learned that it wasn't the wisest thing to do. But back then, there's not too many hackers.
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• India
11 Jul
I think you have a point, we need not have same passwords now
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@jstory07 (134953)
• Roseburg, Oregon
11 Jul
I will not tell anyone my passwords except my husband. We have weird ones that no one will ever guess.
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• India
11 Jul
This is how we should choose our passwords
@Beestring (13674)
• Hong Kong
11 Jul
I use several passwords and they are pretty strong.
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• India
11 Jul
That's very good and a smart move
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