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    Protection of Log-in Credentials and Passwords

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    Your log-in credentials and password are actually your signature and therefore should be protected. What are the consequences for 'sharing' log in credentials? Are there consequences for physicians who share their password / log-in username?

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    Your log-in credential should be secured and not shared with anybody with access to computers and internet. There are a lot of things that will happen if you share log-in credentials. One sure thing is that your private files and messages will be accessed by unauthorized person/s. At worse, the security features of your account may be altered, shutting you out from your own account.

    For physicians, sharing their passwords, log-in or usernames will spell disaster for ...

    Solution Summary

    Log-in credentials and passwords are personal property, therefore sharing this information is discouraged. For physicians, sharing their passwords, log-in or usernames will spell disaster for their profession.

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