Every Facebook account has 3 different passwords
Probably you didn’t know, but every single Facebook account out there, has 3 different passwords which you can use to login. The truth is that the other 2 passwords you didn’t know about, are in fact, variations of your original password and are generated automatically by Facebook by toggling uppercase and lowercase letters.
One password will be generated by toggling all uppercase and lowercase letters. The other password consist in toggling just the first letter of your current pass.
For example. Let’s assume that my Facebook password is My_custom_password!. That’s the regular secret word I use to login to my account, but as I explained before, there are two more variations of the same password. These would be my other passwords automagically generated by engineers and programmers at Facebook:
- Password 1: mY_CUSTOM_PASSWORD!
- Password 2: my_custom_password!
As a side note, remember that if you forget your password, you’d still need to reet it, regardless of the auto generated passwords we talked about before. Remember to update your security settings and never share your personal login credentials with anyone, unless you want your account to be compromised in the future.