Sharing may be caring, but not in all situations.We share many things with our near and dear ones. In a family, we share love, emotions, responsibilities and many more things. The sharing gives the sense of caring to all in the family. We build many social relationships with friends at workplaces and in the society also. The social relationships become stronger with our sharing and caring for others.
So far so good. In these days of the digital lifestyle, we are dealing with many transactions digitally. Our communications, financial transactions, payment of bills for the utilities and services, the reservations for journeys, accommodation and what not, almost everything we are dealing online. Even our social relations are online.
Every financial institution, a social website or a utility service provider wants us to register with them sharing our personal details. The services are accessible only with a user id, login password, profile password, transaction password, onetime password etc., The passwords policies differ from one to the other and we have to create and remember those passwords for each and every website.
For the safety of our online transactions, we should not share our passwords with the others. Sharing may be caring in all other aspects but not in the case of our passwords. Members, be careful and do not share your passwords with others. Sharing is not caring in online transactions.