How to Change Your Techboomers Password

Last updated: October 13, 2015 - 8:17pm EDT

All content on is free to access for everyone, so we'll never ask you for your personal financial information when you sign up for an account.  This means that you can safely keep this information to yourself.  However, we do ask you for your name and email address, which are things that you may not want ending up in the hands of a troublemaker looking to steal personal information. 

Though the risk of that happening is slim (at least on our website), you can make it even slimmer by changing your password to one that's difficult to decipher.  If you need some tips on how to do that, check out our How to Make a Strong Password tutorial.

If you're looking to change your password for Techboomers, here's what to do.

To change your Techboomers password:

  1. Go to in your web browser and log in.

  2. Click My Account in the menu across the top of the screen.

    Techboomers My Account button

  3. Scroll down to the "Change Password" section.

    Change your Techboomers account password

    Click in the box labelled "Enter Old Password" and type in the password that you are currently using to secure your Techboomers account.  Next, click in the box labelled "Enter New Password" and type in a password that you would like to use to secure your Techboomers account going forward.  Then click in the box labelled "Confirm New Password" and type in a copy of the new password that you have chosen.  When you're done, click Update Password.

That's it... three easy steps to giving yourself a stronger password protecting your Techboomers account!


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