07/26/2011 04:26 PMPosted by XanzulI don't have to believe anything you say because the simple fact of the matter is authenticators are meant to protect your account from people you don't even know from accessing it. Yet again they are not meant to shield your account from nosy people you live with. If they can access your account and do it behind your back that is the real issue not the security of your account. Get a real password and your own place.
CompTIA A+ and Network+ certified. Not sure how to verify my credentials with a board troll without violating ToS.
I don't have an issue with people I live with. I own my own home and my own internet access. I have multiple firewalls and AV and anit-malware. I have a strong, unassociated username email, and even stronger password. So I'm not sure where your "people you live with" and "password sharing" comments come from.