50 ‘dangerous’ passwords you should stop using

50 ‘dangerous’ passwords you should stop using

Every year cybersecurity research firms analyse the main causes of cyberattacks and hacking of personal data and passwords remain the most basic form that cyber criminals attack. Yet, a lot of people continue to keep passwords that are easy to attack. In 2019, security services firm Splash Data accessed 5 million leaked passwords to come out with 50 passwords that were shared by hackers. These are the 50 most ‘dangerous’ passwords of 2019 that one should stop using:

123456

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123456789

qwerty

password

1234567

12345678

12345

iloveyou

111111

123123

abc123

qwerty123

q2w3e4r

admin

qwertyuiop

654321

555555

lovely

7777777

welcome

888888

princess…….Read More>>

 

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