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Password: Does changing your password repeatedly increase the risk of hacking?

Password: Does changing your password repeatedly increase the risk of hacking?

‘Create a new password’

‘New password cannot be the same as old password’

How many times has it happened to you that you can’t even remember your password, and you enter the wrong password and eventually you have to create a new password again for the correct password?

In the digital world, applications can be a headache for any of the platforms we use, from email to zoom accounts, constantly changing passwords. Go).

But according to many cybersecurity experts, it can be a hassle to change our passwords over and over again, making it an easy target for hackers.

This can increase the risk of hacking into our email, zoom account or whatever digital platform we are using.

But how is it possible that a new password compromises our Internet security?

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