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Keef
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Why have i been forced to change my log in details ??? I'm really angry about this.

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Cleoriff
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@Keef 

I felt the same when I had to change mine. Unfortunately there was a problem with the Security system to access the forum. It could only be resolved for some members when we changed our login details.

At least now I can  get onto the forum and My O2 without a problem.

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Cleoriff
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@Keef 

I felt the same when I had to change mine. Unfortunately there was a problem with the Security system to access the forum. It could only be resolved for some members when we changed our login details.

At least now I can  get onto the forum and My O2 without a problem.

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Keef
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The trouble is a more mature user needs to be able to limit the amount of different passwords in a world that is now obsessed with them for even the most ridiculous accounts. I just dont feel i have control of my own account. Thanks for the response though.

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@Cleoriff's answer is correct, @Keef. I had to change my login too. If the number of passwords has you overwhelmed, get yourself a password manager. LastPass, which I use is quite a good one, offers a free version if you use it on only one device. There are others out there too, if you Google around for one.

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Cleoriff
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@Keef wrote:

The trouble is a more mature user needs to be able to limit the amount of different passwords in a world that is now obsessed with them for even the most ridiculous accounts. I just dont feel i have control of my own account. Thanks for the response though.


@KeefI'm extremely mature *coughs* 😂 and all I did was use the same password but in capitals. It did the trick. I store all my passwords on One Note on my PC.

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TallTrees
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 @Keef 

I got this too on my mobile phone, not the best place, made bit of a hash there, Changed password and then asked again to change, bit frustrating but when I could manage it I  went on computer and calmly went through every detail in my account to make sure all was ok and changed updated password, all sorted @Keef 

I find I need to keep extremely calm (these days) as many companies are using different methods of communication and security.  If it doesn't work initially for me I do something else until I have recovered my cool😎

Good post needs to be aired here



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Just wait until they ask you to stare into the camera instead of keying in a password... 👁️‍🗨

 

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Cleoriff
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Just wait until they ask you to stare into the camera instead of keying in a password... 👁️‍🗨

 


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