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    4 Star Lounger Jagworld's Avatar
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    how fften to chg PW

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    It's hard to say because I think that it'll depend a lot on how you use your computer.
    Not to mention your computing habits.
    If you are a malware magnet, then I'd say you would probably need to do so regularly, along with a lot of other things.

    I haven't changed any of mine in a few years now. That's probably not something I would advocate.
    But I've had a stable setup based around the same apps and usability for quite some time now.
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    Your original question appears to be written in a cipher, which CLiNT seems to have broken.
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    Jag,

    Personally, I've been using the same PWs for years, only changing when required by sites like online banking sites. But then again I use RoboForm so all my PWs are long complex and no patterns and every site has its own PW! YMMV HTH
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    Thanks BATcher, I needed a laugh!

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    RTgeek;
    what do you think of RoboForm ?

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    Jag,

    I've been using it for years on all my machines and love it. I do NOT however use RoboForm Evereywhere (cloud version) for 2 reasons. I don't trust my passwords in the Cloud and I don't like paying every year for software! YMMV. The desktop version works just fine and I have SyncToy setup to keep my PWs in sync between my lapotop and desktop. HTH
    May the Forces of good computing be with you!

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    as fften as yu lk

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