It’s great to have access to a solid application or service and share the love by providing your password to friends and family or to vendors that you work with. However, opening accessibility to other users increases the threat potential dramatically. When sharing passwords with those who may lack security awareness, it no longer becomes a matter of who you trust, but whether they can spot risks and evade them before it is too late. When passwords are shared among friends and family, one individual’s risk becomes everyone’s problem. In short, it’s best to keep a password for one.