A password is a secret word or string of characters that is used for authentication, to prove identity or gain access to our laptop, facebook, gmail, linkedin and many more similar accounts.
Choosing “password” as your online password is not a good idea.
It’s the worst password you can possibly choose, as it is easy to guess for hackers and crackers.
SplashData a password management application provider , created rankings based on millions of stolen passwords posted online by hackers. Below is the partial list:
As seen “Password” ranks first on SplashData’s annual list of worst internet passwords, which are ordered by how common they are. (“Passw0rd,” with a numeral zero, isn’t much smarter option, ranking 18th on the list.)
Users using any such password should change them immediately as crackers can easily break into their accounts just by repeatedly trying common passwords.
You can read “Is your password weak?”
Have a safe surfing.
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