A complete guide to passwords of all sorts and how to use them
Passwords may seem totally different, but they all have one thing in common; they give access to one person to a website or program that could be messed with by someone else. That’s why people don’t typically share passwords. There are other countless reasons why the letters are hidden.
Not only is sharing passwords wrong, it can lead to other bad things, and when I say bad, there’s no questioning it. It could be something minor like a Webkinz account, but then it leads to e-mail that gives cyber bullying a jump-start (which we all hate). And there are many other things that count into this. It may also lead to the homework factor.
Did you know that college students will pay others to write papers? How about that 50% of all 7 th graders have admitted that they have copied homework? It is pretty serious. It’s virtually the same thing as sharing passwords. The best thing to do is if you’re going to do your friend’s homework, don’t! In my opinion, someone with good personal integrity would not even offer to do something like that.
Do you know that old saying, if you catch a man a fish, it will feed him for a day, but if you teach him to fish, it will feed him for a lifetime? When you share a password with someone, it’s like catching the man a fish. But if they were having trouble with the website (or even their homework) and you teach them how to do it, it will last them a lifetime. And when you do feed the man a fish, it never really benefit anyone.
DON’T share passwords. It never leads to anything good. It never benefit anyone and the letters are hidden for a reason. If you ever got into a situation like this, just don’t do it.