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Can the eos active key change the eos owner key?

I forgot the owner key, can I change the owner key with the active key?
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Multiple active keys on an account?

Is it possible to have multiple active keys in an account? Say I wanted to have one at home and another where I want to share with a person I trust.
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How to regain control of my EOS account after it was hacked?

My EOS account was hacked, I looked into transactions and I can see that owner and private key were changed. Now I tried to regain control of my EOS account, but I can't change owner key, neither ...
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I accidentally changed active key for my EOS account but I have my owner key. How to reset my active key [duplicate]

I accidentally changed active key for my EOS account but I have my owner key. How to reset my active key. Any help is much appreciated.
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How many active key can I have for a single account?

I know I can import as many key as I want in my EOS account. At least there should be one owner key and active key pairs. There is Only one owner key pair, My question is How many active key pairs ...
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Process of securing a hacked EOS account?

I've managed to setup an EOS account and have changed my Owner key to something else. Now my owner and active keys are different. From my what I know so far. I should stake my EOS balance if I'm not ...
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Why was the design decision made to have an account name and then under it 2 types of keys (active and owner)?

What is the reasoning for the setup of having an account name that is linked to 2 types of keys (owner and active)? What is the design decision for this and how does it compare to other blockchain ...
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What is the comparisons of what an active key and an owner key can do?

From my understanding an owner key lets you do everything. But what is everything? Sending? Staking? Changing the owner keys? And an Active key is everything Except for changing the owner keys? What ...
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Preventing loss of funds from a hacked eos account?

I've read that to secure your funds, you can stake your eos and then if it gets compromised, the hacker has to unstake which takes 3 days. From then, you can switch out the active and owner key? (is ...
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If I change my owner and active keys. Does my funds also move over too?

I'm using the meet.one app and there is the option to change the active and owner keys under "authority management". Will this affect my balance if I change both of these keys to something else?