Did your friend at any time ask you to share your Netflix account? And you are reluctant to share your password. Its OK not to share passwords with others (it may be your family member, best friend, etc whoever it is). But things have changed these days there are some new tools that allow you to share accounts without sharing your password with anyone. Let’s take a look at it and how it’s done in the first place.
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Tools to share your account without giving away your password
Well with these tools you can temporarily share your premium Netflix, Amazon Prime, Spotify, social accounts, etc with anyone without any problem. And such tools are listed below:
- ShareUrl: ShareUrl is an extension for Chrome (which is the only compatible browser), once activated it allows you to share personalized URL address with another user so that they can access your premium account without having to share your password.
- ShareAccount: ShareAccount works in similar to the ShareUrl, which is also a Chrome extension. You can set the timeout with this extension, so the user at other end can access your account for a limited time and that too temporarily.
How to use
For this to work, both the users have to install the extension. First, open the site that you want to share with your friend then click on the extension icon in Chrome. Generate an encrypted URL by clicking on Create URL button then copy and share it with your friend.
If your friend did not install the extension when he accessed the URL he will be asked to install the extension. Once installed, a window will open with “Click here to access” button. Once you click you are inside the account instantly. You can do it with Netflix, YouTube, Amazon Prime, Facebook, Spotify, etc.
How to revoke access?
If you want to revoke the access just you have to log out from your side and the cookies will no longer be valid for other user. So he or she has to ask you for access again.
Is it safe to share account this way?
The extensions mentioned above will only replicate the cookies that are stored on our system. So once the cookies expire he or she cannot access your account any further. Cookies are encrypted and for every two weeks, they are deleted.