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How To Find Someones Gmail Password?

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An email account is a very private thing - within it may be documents containing people's bank details, address, photographs, information connected to their job and much more very personal information. As a result, you can only access an email account with the right combination of an email address and a password. If someone willingly shares their password with you, it is their choice to do so and they can be held responsible if anything goes wrong. However, if you take it upon yourself to try to get into someone's email account without their permission, it is known as "hacking" and you could be sent to prison or fined when you get caught.

However, it may be that you are trying to recover your own password. People are forgetful, and a password is just one of those things that can easily be overlooked. As a result, email providers such as Google's Gmail have strategies to maintain the security of your email account, while providing you with the help you need to recover any lost passwords.

If you forget your Gmail password, the first thing that Gmail will do is ask you to enter your email address. People tend not to forget their email addresses as they are used quite frequently. Gmail may then ask you to provide and answer to a "security question". This is a question which you have to fill out when signing up for an account, and you can choose the question from a list. The list usually contains questions such as "what was the name of your first school?" or "what was your mother's maiden name?", and you have to provide an answer for one of these questions in case you should ever forget your password. After this, you may be asked to look at a "capatcha". This is an image which contains a series of blurred numbers and letters, and you will be asked to type the digits you see in the image into a box. This is a security measure which prevents computer software from hacking into your account, as software cannot identify the numbers and letters in a capatcha.

If you have done all of this correctly, you will be sent an email which contains your password. Your email account may be temporarily disabled in order to protect your security.
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Anonymous answered
I don't know but theres this girl and I thought she was my friend and now I think shes hiding something from me I NEED 2 GET ONTO HER EMAIL IT IS GMAIL!!!!!!
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Calla answered
I do not urge you to hack into other peoples' accounts, but if you have hacking software, you can figure it out.
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Anonymous answered
The point of a password, is it to be secret and unless you have a good reason, like you have lost yours, or your friend has, then its called hacking, which is bad and with gmail unless you know a HUGE amount of code and are a professional hacker, it can't be done. Sorry

but if it is for a good reason all you have to do is click forgot password, and it will email it to your secondary account, or you will have to answer your security question. 
Hope that helps
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Join gmail simple
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Anonymous answered
You can ask them or see what they're typing in as their password when they're logging in but I don't think it's a good idea if you know they're password.
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Simon answered
Ask him.

Anything else is illegal.

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