When “Most Popular” Isn’t A Good Thing: Worst Passwords of the Year – And How to Fix Them

Posted by on November 23, 2011

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Ach mal wieder 🙂

Also wer sein Passwort in der Liste findet – einfach mal über eine Änderung nachdenken.

Ansonsten gäb’s da ja noch Tools wie den PasswortSafe.

SplashData Reveals Its ’25 Worst Passwords of the Year’ List For 2011, With ‘Password’ Yes, That’s Right and ‘123456’ Topping the ListLOS GATOS, CA Monday, November 21, 2011 – If you’re one of those people who thought it was clever to use “password” as your password, it’s time to wisen up and make a change. Switching the “o” to a zero to make it “passw0rd”? Not much better. Both are on the list of the 25 most common passwords used on the Internet this year, according to SplashData, a well-known provider of password management applications.

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