A password is used in Club Penguin to log in a specific penguin, and they are used to keep your account safe. When typing your password into Club Penguin, the characters appear as asterisks or "stars" so no one can see your password as you are typing it in.
If players don't want to have to type their password every time they log in, they can use the Remember your Password feature. As the feature suggests, do not use this feature if you are at school, a library or a public computer, as other people will have access to your penguin.
If someone wants to "share", that means they will give each other their passwords and go on the other person's account, this can be used to cheat without getting their main account banned. Some penguins get the other penguin to tell them their password first, log off, go on the other penguin, and ban it.
Sharing is not always used for cheating; a beta might share his/her account with a non-beta so the non-beta has a taste of being a beta but it means there account could get banned. This can be used for non-members to get the member life.
- If you click Remember my Password, it will automatically click Remember my Account and your password will be there every time you log in on that account.
- It is better to make your password difficult to guess, but easy for you, so no one can guess it and go on it.
- If you type in a password wrong in the password box for too many times, Club Penguin assumes you're cheating, and it'll not let you attempt to access the account again for 1 hour on that computer.
- If you try to log in with the password "undefined", it says that you haven't typed your password. This is due to Flash using undefined as a null value.
- WPE PRO might be able to be used to obtain passwords of other people in certain unlikely situations.
- Toy codes are sometimes known as passwords.
- Rockhopper has a Quad-Locked password, which means you have to enter four different passwords to access his account. You would also have to be using the IP address or, simply put, the computer of Disney Interactive Studios employees.
- Moderators usually change their passwords every day to prevent penguin from logging into them at all.