Hello Everyone, Sassy600 here
Today, I’m here to talk about Passwords. What you should and should not do. Enjoy
What Is A Password?
A Password is simply a few letters/ numbers that help you gain access to a certain device.I know on my IPhone I have to enter a password,
and on my parents computer we also have to enter a password. I’m sure in everyone has come across a password before. (definitely if you have Binweevils!)
How To Choose A Password
A password must be something that nobody else could get.
Using a random assortment of numbers/letters for a password is a good idea as it doesn’t relate to anything about you, or your age etc.
However, it’s not smart to set a password about your name. I bet loads of people know your name (Your friends, friends on Binweevils, brothers, sisters) so therefore your Password is easy to guess. This can not only apply for Binweevils but maybe bank account details, or phone password (someone could easily have a snoop at all your photos and messages.) In serious cases, people can take out money of your bank if they know certain bank/ credit card passwords.
What Should You Do If You Think Someone Might Know Your Password?
Change it as soon as possible.
Although people might not know your password, people can guess by certain information you’ve told them:
You’re age (which you should not share with ANYONE via the internet.) You’re real name (My real name comes up on my emails which is fine but if your password relates to your age it’d be smart to change it as soon as possible.
Should You Share Your Password?
About a week ago, I gave my password to someone. Funny enough, they hated me the following day. So they went on Sassy600 and bought items that altogether cost around 525 dosh and over 80,000 mulch, and deleted all my buds.
I’ve had to calculate all the missing items and add the total up and basically it was a stupid idea.
Thankfully enough, Binweevils are going to find the people who done this.
So whether you’re leaving, going on holiday or someone has just bribed you into you telling your password, DON’T.
Once again, this doesn’t mean Binweevils. As I said, someone can snoop through your phone and send nasty text messages to your friends, hack into your bank account and take money out of your bank account/parents bank account.
And you may be thinking, “Oh she can speak for herself. She’s been getting everyone’s password!”
I assure you, hand on my heart, I would not even attempt to do anything like that. And as I said, you can change your password straight away after I’ve finished with your nest. I’m only here to make your nest better, not to sell items or spend all your mulch/dosh.
What Passwords Are You Entitled To Know?
Some passwords, you need to know most of them to make sure you’re safe.
One very common one is when your parents go out, to enter a password to enable the security alarm is on (I do this every night)
So basically, if your parents were out, and you didn’t know the password for the security alarm, someone might climb through a window, break in (I’m not trying to scare you or anything!) But, that’s a very important one.
Another one is, like myself, if you have automatic gates. If you ever come back in the car, and someone needs to jump out and put the pin/password in to open the gates that’s very important. If I ever go out with my friends, I know the pin for our gates so I wont be stuck outside. I know a lot of people don’t have automatic gates because they’re quite expensive but for the people who do I’m sure you can relate from where I’m coming from.
Thanks for listening to my post (hope all of it shows this time)
If you have any queries about internet safety don’t be afraid to ask
Stay safe, Sassy600
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