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Why Memorizing Passwords Is Not The Best Thing You do

Passwords have been used for decades to allow a person or group to approach or “pass” by. They served as the only form of authentication. However, their limited use caused many problems: complexity, lack of security, and forgetting them. Today, passwords remain the dominant form of authentication for billions of users worldwide. Yet, they are still vulnerable to a number of attacks and are being used against us: breaches, data theft, and fraud. In this article, we’ll talk about how to reset your Steam password, and the best way to protect your account credentials.


Steam is a popular gaming service that provides access to many games. But sometimes Steam users cannot access their accounts because they forget their passwords.

It happens very often because users often forget their passwords. Gamers can't even get back their accounts, because Steam Support responds to a request to change the password after 2-3 days. This creates a lot of annoyance for gamers, who want to continue "life" in the virtual world of Steam.


How to Change Your Steam Password Using The Website

  1. If you haven't already, visit the Steam website and log in to your account.
  2. Select Account Details from the drop-down menu after clicking your username in the top-right corner.
  3. Click Change my password after navigating to the Account Security section of the page.
  4. Enter your new password twice after completing the two-factor authentication process, if necessary.
  5. Click Change Password to save your new login info.


How to Change Your Steam Password Through The Desktop App

If you forgot your Steam password, then this works on both PC and Mac computers.

1. Click Steam in the top-left corner of the screen after launching the Steam app.

2. Click Settings (PC) or Preferences (Mac) in the drop-down menu that appears.

3. The Settings window will appear. Click Change Password after making sure Account is selected in the left sidebar.

4. The web browser will launch. If prompted, proceed with two-factor authentication before entering your new password twice.

5. Your new password will be saved once you click Change Password.


How to Change Your Steam Password Using The Mobile App

1. Tap the three stacked lines in the upper-left corner of the Steam app once it is open.

2. At the bottom of this sidebar menu, tap Account Details.

3. Tap Change my password after navigating to the Account Security section of the page.

4. Verify your account if asked, and then enter your new password twice.

5. Tap Change Password to save your new login info.


That’s it! If you ever forgot your Steam password, you know how to reset it!

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other platforms

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Best Way to Keep Your Passwords Secure

It's no secret that passwords are easy to forget. So how could you make your life easier and better? Primarily by not using those terrible passwords that plague the internet. Let's talk about them, shall we?

Using weak passwords is the easiest way to have your accounts compromised. According to SplashData's annual Worst Passwords of 2019 report, the top three worst passwords are "123456", "123456789", and "qwerty". In fact, these three have been the worst in four out of the past five years.

How do we stop using these terrible passwords? Well, we have Passwarden, which is a great solution to securely store all your login credentials in one place and fill them out directly on any device or website.


The best way to manage your passwords is to have a separate password for every account. Keeping track of them can be a nightmare. That's where Passwarden comes in. It's a brilliant custom-made password manager that lets you securely store all your passwords, organize them into folders and share them with your friends, family, or business colleagues. It's great for: 

  • keeping track of your passwords and user names
  • creating random passwords;
  • generating random user names;
  • storing encrypted files

Passwarden is a cross-platform password manager software based on the AES-256 bit encryption standard used by the US government. Passwarden generates and stores a unique encryption key on your local computer, then encrypts the data with this key and securely transfers it to your own private servers. All data remains encrypted and is accessible only by entering a secure Master Password.

Forget all your passwords – Passwarden will remember them and secure them!