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If you're worried that someone else has access to your Pinterest account, you can change your password to ensure that only you can log in.

To change your password, click your name in the top right corner of any page, click the the gear icon and select "Account settings." Next, click "Change your password." Then, enter your existing password, followed by the new password you want to use.

Re-enter your new password to confirm it, and click "Change Password." Now, you can be sure that no one else knows your Pinterest password.

Note that changing your password doesn't prevent you or anyone else from logging in using your linked Facebook or Twitter account.

If you think someone is using these accounts to access your Pinterest account, you'll need to change your passwords for them separately.

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