The 25 Worst Passwords to Use for 2012 + Determine If Your Password Is Strong
In 2012, we all have numerous passwords, at work, at home, for banking, even to access and protect our cell phones. Sometimes it gets difficult to remember them all, but you want to stay away from using these passwords. Each year, SplashData releases the Top 25 Worst Passwords.
Kevin Mussman, KOSI 101.1
So what are the worst passwords for 2012?
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SplashData's list of frequently used passwords shows that many people continue to put themselves at risk by using weak, easily guessable passwords.
The top three passwords, "password," "123456," and "12345678," remain unchanged from last year's list.
New entries to this year's list include "welcome, " "jesus," "ninja," "mustang, " and "password1."
See the full list of 25 passwords, not to use and how to fix them, courtesy of Splash Data.
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