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Nobody Gets In Without The Password

“Swordfish” is incorrect. You have 2 more chances to get it right. “123456? is incorrect. You have 1 more chance. You know, I don’t generally do this, but…I’ll give you a hint. If you’re a bloke and lookin’ for love, put on your green cloak and… (sigh) “Smoke” is incorrect. Go Away. Extreme Froghandle Closeup! [...]
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’123456? replaces ‘password’ as most common password found in data breaches

Technology : Post Tech (6 months ago)

It's no secret that there's a lot of bad password hygiene in this world. But a recent survey of the most common passwords found on the Internet due to data breaches shows that the perennial password favorite, "password," is no longe... Read Post

New tool “How Secure Is My Password” tells you..well, you know.

Technology : The Next Web Blog (4 years ago)

I don’t imagine there’s too much science behind this tool but it’s useful as a rough indication for how secure that 123456 password you’re considering using is. Try it here. Original title and link for this post: New tool “How Secur... Read Post

Microsoft Bans Easy Passwords in Anti-Hacking Initiative

Technology : Inc. Technology (3 years ago)

New Hotmail users had better be ready to don the ol’ thinking cap when it comes to their email account passwords: as part of a campaign to discourage hacking, common and/or “easy” passwords such as “123456,” “password” and “ilovecat... Read Post


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