Is sharing the same password with multiple users a bad practice?
Indeed, it is. Wherever possible you should try to have one user account and a unique password per person. However it is not always possible, especially for built-in privileged accounts (like the admin password of a router, a root password on a linux server, your organization instagram / twitter account password, etc.), and this is where passbolt can be of most help.
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