Password Resetting in Lenovo® IdeaCentre A600-3011CJU Desktop
What are different methods to reset password in your Lenovo IdeaCentre A600-3011CJU desktop?
Users of the Lenovo IdeaCentre A600-3011CJU desktop,like all other users of computer systems, need to set passwords for security. This is to prevent some unauthorized user from accessing your desktop data. But, you might need to change the password in your desktop sometimes. This is called password resetting. You could perform the password resetting process in your desktop with a number of easy methods. It is possible to use some third-party software to reset the system password. You could reinstall whole system data to reset the system password. You could ask the administrator to reset the password if you are using the system in a shared network.
There could be a number of reasons for resetting passwords in your Lenovo IdeaCentre A600-3011CJU desktop. These reasons are:
- Multiple accounts use same password
- Password attack by other users
- Spam in your desktop
Multiple accounts use same password
You might be using different accounts in your Lenovo IdeaCentre A600-3011CJU desktop. As you create new accounts, you might need to set passwords for these accounts. You might have assigned same password for multiple accounts in the desktop. This is not a secure method as an external user could easily hijack other accounts if he gets knowledge on the password used in any of the user accounts.
Password attack by other users
There are a number of password attacking methods available for users. Users could use these methods to guess the passwords used in the Lenovo IdeaCentre A600-3011CJU desktop. ‘Shoulder surfing’ is one among these methods which makes unauthorized access of your system data possible with unlocking the desktop. The only way out of this is to change or reset the desktop password periodically. This might not prevent the unwanted access completely but, reduces the attacks considerably.
Another possible reason which needs password reset in your Lenovo IdeaCentre A600-3011CJU desktop is spam. It is possible to get control over a desktop with the use of spam. These spam when received by the desktop user, start copying different data in your desktop including passwords. These spam come as an e-mail and do not show behavior of malware physically. So, you would not get any warning messages and you would be unaware that the password is being copied. The only possible method to fix the issue is to reset the password periodically.