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Tuesday, 27 June 2017

Passwords. Snooping. Yes or No?




Should married people have passwords on their phones and other devices? 

Yes? 

No?

Why do you say so?


Surprise Surprise! Passwords were not created to protect a person's phone from the spouses alone (or at all). I know right, it sounds strange. LOL. Seeing as the reason most people put security locks on their phones is so that their other halves can't gain access to it... Tsk tsk. So for those who'd say their phones are passworded for general security; should spouses/partners have each other's passwords?

And lastly, SPILL some of the naughty things you've found out while snooping through Bae's phone. All I can tell you is that everytime I've done this it ended in almost a breakup, so I stopped, because I noticed I eventually forgive and get back with him anyways, so what's the point? Well except that one time when I found out exactly a month to his wedding that the boo was engaged, had done his introduction and wifey was heavily pregnant. Yes, that definitely ended in a breakup. LOL.



So share your snooping experiences and your thoughts on this whole password ish in general. 

21 comments:

  1. But some people are very callous and desperate in this life, one month to your wedding and you cant be faithful. Very very desperate. Anyway i cant password my phone and if i do i'd be doing it cos i don't want my child to play with my phone or if i'm scared of the nosy unfriendly friends around me but the hubs will surely have the password and that goes both ways.Its not like people are not still sneaky with their phones when its not passworded but ehh leave it open, most especially when you're in a relationship with someone. Leave it open or give me the password.

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  2. Before phones started having fingerprint security, I couldn't be bothered to password my phone. My android security was the "swipe to open" one. Even with this fingerprint security, you need a passcode which is mostly an inconvenience.

    I wouldn't password my phone cos of my spouse, no time and I won't snoop. I used to enjoy reading people's messages and looking at their pictures but I have lost my appetite for it. Plus I can't come and be having headache on top one message I read that probably doesn't explain the whole story.

    Currently tho, I change my passcode twice in the last 2 months cos my sister loves using my wifi hotspot and at some point last year she used to read my messages... that child.. 🀦‍♂️ 🀦‍♂️

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    1. That our kid sister... something has to be done about her!!! Always using hot spot and reading people's msgs. πŸ˜‚

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  3. Snoop doggy dog! Come to think of it,I've never snooped (but I can stalk for Africa). Don't even know what to look for if I ever snoop. Maybe I should start. Not like I have anyone to start the journey of snooping with.

    Oh well...

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    1. You stalk? No wonder. Thank GOD my BBM is down...

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    2. Lol Memphis. Saw someone like you on my whatsapp. Cudeebee you?

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  4. Lol. Me I passworded my phone when I was with bae, and it let me to trouble. I have repented now.

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  5. Dear Ladies, If you want to catch stuff on your hbands phones:

    1) Go through the phone immediately he gets home. Anything later than that is not the true picture.
    2) Snapchat! Thats the new king of communicating with hoes. Be very close to his snapchat.
    3) IG and twitter. make sure you check the DMs regularly. Also check his mentions and tags.
    4) If he has Badoo, Tinder, Instant messenger etc. They just know he pays hoes for sex.
    5) If you are a boss lady. Then grab his whatsapp and do desktop whatsapp. So all his messages also drop on your phone or computer.
    6) If you are a reall boss lady then drop an app on his phone that records his calls and sends them to you.
    7) If he uses an Android phone then go through all his app. There are apps that ensure specific numbers are not able to call him. The numbers will appear as unknown or just a flash. This ensures that the hoes dont call him when he is with you. Delete those apps.
    8) Contact me for more details.

    Peace

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    1. Recipe for high BP and thingz

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    2. Abi o, Anon. This one is a full time job already na.. IG, Twitter, Snapchat, Badoo, Tinder, etc.. Where's the time for sleeping and resting with all these FBI moves.

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  6. Of recent I was told of an aunt on the other side of marriage whose niece stole her phone and together with his friends transferred all her money through her mobile app. Now everyone put password on phone in my house. Though if I have a significant other in my life, I would tell him the password

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    1. bank mobile apps have their own passwords and transfer pins, except niece did some extra homework other than just stealing the phone

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    2. Omo! Eleyi le gan o. But like Kene said, mobile banking apps have passwords and PINs, some even have token join sef. So that Niece had to have been privy to her account security details to have been able to move her money like that.

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    3. Most people are usually careless with their passwords among close family members. Some even have same password for everything so it would be easy for the niece to just transfer the money.

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  7. Pattern and password lock slow me down so I didn't use them till I got a phone with fingerprint lock. I've not dated so I can't tell if I'll snoop 😴😴😴

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    1. Kene 2018 is our year oooo. Let us use 2017 to jeer(gear) hup!
      #Operationgetabae2018

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    2. God shoe juss epp our laivesπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  8. So where are the snoopers now? y'al making me looking like the daughter of ...

    Note to self: move to the next post

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  9. Never snooped.....haven't had the chance.. ...don't know if I would though. Lol

    @Kon that na real full time employment..... How much be the pay?


    *Quirkymoi*

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  10. It's like I told my husband when we first got married- If I couldn't give him the benefit of doubt I would not be marrying him. I have better things to think about than who anyone is creeping with or trying to creep with. Should I catch on to that, I am the master paranoia instigator. You will wait for 50 years wondering which day I will poison you or bankrupt you. The day will probably never come cos I cant be bothered.

    Nobody will give me HBP or send me to an early grave. That shit is just not worth it. I have a password on my phone, I doubt my husband knows it despite me telling him...I know all his passwordsa and have never bothered to log into his banking or phone.

    www.pynk360.com

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  11. I have snooped before, saw unpleasant things, made noise then stopped when I remembered my own crimes. I don't trust blindly, so whatever, I might do some snooping again soon.
    A Girl

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