I lost my Twitter password, what do I do?

I lost my Twitter password, what do I do?

November 14, 2016 Off By admin

You've been using Twitter for years to share information, watch or even more simply discuss everything and nothing with other users of the platform. However, this morning, when you wanted to connect to the platform, you did not succeed: you were not automatically logged in and impossible to find the right password. How do you do that in a case like this? Check out our team's tips!

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Why did you lose your Twitter password?

There are several reasons why you can no longer connect to Twitter:

You've forgotten your password: this can happen to everyone, especially when you're using the automatic connection to the platforms and you're not used to entering your password every day.
A hacker managed to hack your account and changed your password. As you can imagine, this situation is much more complex than the previous one. If you haven't reported certain information to Twitter beforehand, you may have trouble finding your account.

Find your Twitter password

You just can't find your password. In this case, we advise you to click on the "Forgotten Password" link on the Twitter login page. At that time, you will have the choice of indicating your email address, phone number or username. We then invite you to choose the email address for reset information. All you have to do is go to your inbox and click on the reset link in the email sent by Twitter. Then you'll have to choose a new password… Try to choose one you won't have a hard time remembering!

Piracy: How can we prevent this from happening again?

Are you afraid of hacking your Twitter account? In this case, we advise you to update your account data by indicating an email address or phone number (both are even better!). You're wondering why? The reason is very simple! If you regularly receive password reset request emails and this is not due to your fact, this technique is essential. Indeed, a person who tries to request the reset of your password will necessarily have to indicate the email address as well as the phone number that are associated with the account in addition to the simple username! It is better to take more precautions to avoid ending up in a complicated situation.

With these tips, you should not lose your Twitter password, but also avoid having your account hacked.

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