Hack-proofing your passwords is absolutely essential, especially if run a business. Small businesses are major targets, with more than 80% being targets of opportunities.
Here's a Top 25 List you don't want to join!
SplashData has published its Top 25 Worst Passwords ranking, revealing the most used and most predictable combinations of characters on the web in 2014. Since the first edition in 2011, “123456” and “password” have consistently claimed the top two spots. The list is built on common publicly leaked passwords.
Tip – Don't get frustrated whenever you forget your password. Instead, be proud that you change your password regularly using the ‘I forgot my password' re-set function!
SplashData is a publisher of online password management solutions. Its ranking is based on over 3.3 million passwords recorded through its services, namely in the US.
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