Using The Same Password For Multiple Accounts

Preview The Danger The danger of reusing passwords in an interconnected web is that, if hackers get a hold of your password on one site, they could easily use the information they obtained to log in to your account on another sites. They could continue this cycle until they reach your bank account. This is called a chain breach.

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Preview Because people keep using the same weak and repeated passwords, even after they get breached: 57% of people who have already been scammed in phishing attacks still haven’t changed their passwords 71% of accounts protected by passwords wind up used on multiple websites 23 million account holders still use the password “123456”

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It's working for my other two kids, but the *** Email address is removed for privacy *** is a struggle and it must be due to the way I set up the account. When I log into the main OR kid account, the password is the same, and they're linked. If I change my main account password, it changes the kid password to match.

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Preview In case you're also not aware, every MS Account has an Outlook.com email account associated with it which uses the same login credentials as the MS account. Having all your MS Accounts set with the same password also means that all the Outlook.com accounts also use the same password. Karl Timmermans (Outlook MVP 2012-2018)

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Preview Make the time. Start with the most important (financial sites and email) and work your way down. Use a password manager like LastPass or Dashlane. The free versions are fine, you don’t need the paid versions. Seriously, it’s bad to use the same password for all accounts, especially if you have over 300 of them.

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Preview Among those who use the same password for different accounts, most are using it across 3-7 accounts (62 percent) - and 10 percent say 10+ accounts with the same password. In addition, 44 percent of respondents admitted to using their personal passwords at work.

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Preview Click Import Passwords and import the same. Sumit Available 6 PM - 8 AM PST It is always good to include your PC Specs, make and model in the question Never Call the Phone numbers received in Emails from the Microsoft Community

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Preview All three work the same way. There’s a desktop program or mobile app you use to manage your passwords. The browser extension will automatically log you into your accounts. There is one caveat.

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Preview Enter another valid email address/login and password and click the Sign in button. Sticky Password will prompt you to save a new login. Click Add. Sticky Password will add the new login to any that are already saved. Both of your logins are now stored in the Sticky Password database under the same Amazon account and are ready for use.

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Preview DON’T USE THE SAME PASSWORD IN MORE THAN ONE PLACE! Change your passwords on a regular basis. At work we’re required to change our passwords every 90 days. Don’t go longer than a year! Use longer more random passwords. 1Password has an excellent password generator built-in Don’t use an easily identifiable user name either.

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Preview Use your 1Password account password for all your accounts When you’re invited to join a team, you’ll be asked to create a account password. Because you already use 1Password, enter the account password you already use. Then you’ll be able to unlock the 1Password apps with your one account password to see the information in all your accounts.

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Preview According to recent research, FICO claims that over 25% of people in the UK use five or fewer passwords across all their accounts. I don’t know how many accounts each of us has, but it must be at least 25 on average. That would mean that, on average, in this country a quarter of people use each password in at least five different places.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is it possible to have multiple passwords for a single user?

As others said, you can't have a single user to have multiple passwords, sorry. The username is the part which identifies the user, so 1 username = 1 account, and you can only attach one password to the account (even if you could have two associated with it, it would still log you on to the same profile).

What happens if you have the same password at two websites?

Unrelated, of course, except that you used the same password at both. If you use the same password everywhere, a singleleak of that password anywhere puts allyour accounts at risk. Hackers will be able to log in to your other online accounts as well.

Can I login to multiple accounts at the same time?

You’ll be able to log into a website with a different username and password and stay logged into both accounts at the same time. If you don’t want to use a different browser, you can use your browser’s built-in incognito or private-browsing mode.

How do I edit an account with multiple logins?

Click the Sticky Password icon in the lower right corner and select Open Sticky Password. Select the Web Accounts tab. Here you can see all your web accounts and the number of logins you have saved under each account. To edit an account with multiple logins, click the pencil icon and select Edit .