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Share holiday cheer, not passwords

This holiday season, give gifts, not passwords.

The holidays are a time to exchange gifts, not login passwords.

The Postal Service wants employees and contractors to remember that it’s against the organization’s rules to allow others to use your credentials to access USPS systems, applications and electronic devices.

Sharing login information could potentially compromise accounts and put the Postal Service at risk.

Similarly, you should never use the passwords of employees who’ve left the organization.

Managers are responsible for canceling employee access to systems, applications and electronic devices that are no longer required.

The CyberSafe at USPS Blue and LiteBlue pages and have additional tips and information.

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