Sending Passwords to Bloody Marketing
At Bloody Marketing, we use a secure password transfer system that means that the data is not stored in plaintext in emails or text files. All of your passwords are secured in password lockers, which are then accessed by our team through separate permissions.
How to Find Your Passwords
If you’re unsure on how to find passwords, just select the device you most often use to access your account below:
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Google Chrome Browser
- On your computer, open Chrome.
- At the top right, click Profile Passwords .
- To the right of the website, click Show password . If you lock your computer with a password, you’ll be prompted to enter your computer password.
Internet Explorer/Edge Browser
- Open Microsoft Edge and click the three dots in the top right corner.
- Click on Settings.
- Scroll down and click on View advanced settings.
- Scroll down to Autofill settings and click on Manage passwords.
- Here you can see all the logins Edge has saved.
- Tap the menu button.
- Tap .
- Select in the General section.
- Tap . You may need to enter your device password to view the saved login data.
- Tap on any of the logins on the list to view or copy it.
- Tap on the trash can icon to delete the selected login. If you use Sync, that login will be deleted on all your synchronized devices.
Mac / Macbook
- Open your Applications folder. You can find this folder by opening a Finder window and clicking Applications in the left sidebar.
- Then open the Utilities folder. This is a folder inside the Applications folder.
- Next, open Keychain Access. You can also use the spotlight search at the top-right menu bar, and in the search bar, type Keychain Access. Spotlight can be accessed by pressing Command + Space on your keyboard.
- Then click Passwords. You’ll find this in the bottom-left corner of the window under Category.
- Type the application or website that you want to know the password of. If you changed your password, you would see more than one result. Search for the most recent one.
- When you find what you need, double click it.
- Click on the Show Password box. This will then prompt you to input your system password.
- Enter the password you use when logging in to your computer.
- The password you need will now be shown.
- Tap Settings, then select Passwords. In iOS 13 or earlier, select Passwords & Accounts, then tap Website & App Passwords.
- Use Face ID or Touch ID when prompted, or enter your passcode.
- To see a password, select a website.
- On your Android phone or tablet, open the Chrome app .
- To the right of the address bar, tap More .
- Tap Settings Passwords.
- Tap View and manage saved passwords at passwords.google.com.
How to Send Passwords
We use the website One Time Secret (https://onetimesecret.com/). This allows you to send sensitive information to other people without needing to worry about leaving passwords out in the open! The secret message will be deleted after we view it once.
1) Enter the list of passwords and information you would like to share in the “Secret content goes here…” section.
2) Enter a passphrase. By default, we recommend you use the password “bloody“, however feel free to use your own code here.
3) Lifetime is the expiry that the link One Time Secret will produce will last for. We recommend setting it to 7 days.
4) Click on “Create a secret link”
5) Copy the “Share this link” address and send it to us via email, along with the passphrase you have selected.
All Done! We’ll confirm that we have access to your accounts, and start on your marketing journey!!