Pension Release: Facebook Accounts Passwords

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Richard asks…

How can I my facebook accounts password?

Okay so I have had my facebook account for about 3 years now and have just recently changed my password because apparently someone tried to hack my account! So when I went to long in today I forgot my password! So I went on my e-mail and couldn’t it there either. So I was wondering if there maybe a way to find my password.

Pension Release by Pension Forecast answers:

I’m not sure if there is a way to find your password, but if you provided a security question with the answer and an alternative email prior to making your account then it would be possible to retrieve your password. Also, if you made your password more easier and recognizable then this situation wouldn’t have happened.

I would suggest you print screen, write it down on a piece of paper or have your password stored online that is safe and secured with an easy access for you to get in to grab your password instead of having to go through all of these obstacles. A place I can recommend you to have your password and other information stored is here – https://datasafe.us/

IF all that fails, I suggest you get a new account. Sorry :(

Ruth asks…

Spyware or virus? I can’t log into my email accounts or facebook using the passwords I always use..?

I use the passwords I always use for the hotmail and yahoo email accounts. I can’t reset my password for facebook because I can’t lgo into my email for it either. it might be because i uploaded a bunch of pictures onto myspace yesterday, but I don’t know. what happened, what could it be, how can I fix this?

Pension Release by Pension Forecast answers:

Try running a Malwarebytes scan. Let it remove everything it finds. So make sure you click remove selected after scan is finished. Also after you download the free version it’s important to click the update tab and let Malwarebytes update before scanning with it.

Malwarebytes is a site dedicated to fighting malware. Malwarebytes has developed a variety of tools that can identify and remove malicious software from your computer. When your computer becomes infected, Malwarebytes can provide the needed assistance to remove the infection and restore the machine back to optimum performance.

Http://www.malwarebytes.org/

Chris asks…

How can you retrieve passwords on Myspace and Facebook accounts of cheating spouses?

Pension Release by Pension Forecast answers:

Some keylogger like Keyprowler http://www.keyprowler.com can easily see the keystrokes that they typed and at which site the user typed them on. I have used this and those keystrokes and screenshots helped me a lot in retrieving passwords on Myspace and Facebook.

James asks…

Do you know your spouse’s password for email and Facebook accounts?

My wife just recently changed her email password and I do not know her Facebook password…do other couples know each other’s passwords or is that something that is okay to keep private? Thank you for your opinions!

Pension Release by Pension Forecast answers:

Yes we know each others account passwords (we often use the same two passwords for everything) & we don’t do social networking sites for the obvious reasons.

I think it’s okay not to share if the other person doesn’t ask. If you want to know and she wont tell you, there’s your problem. No one keeps something to themselves unless there is something incrimination whether it’s cheating or simply talking a lot of BS about you to her friends.

Something I don’t understand about married couples insisting you keep each others privacy is the fact that you bothered to get married? You’ll know ALMOST everything about someone and allow them to hide their relationships with other people (like facebook or e-mail). I’m sure they’d gladly give their password to bill accounts or shopping sites. Baffling.

Being married means sharing your life & secrets don’t make friends.

Let me emphasize: there is nothing wrong with not blurting out every account you make, there is something wrong with not being willing to share the information at any given point.

Betty asks…

can you delete everyone of your accounts on facebook without the passwords?

I don’t remember anything no password, no anything…well except the email.

Pension Release by Pension Forecast answers:

Click forgot your password in blue screen top of the password.they’ll send reset mail to your e-mail.

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