The worst passwords of 2013

The worst passwords of 2013
By Euronews
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On the web we all have multiple accounts and identities: email, social networks, online shopping etc. It could be roughly estimated that most internet users juggle at least five different accounts and profiles. Given this situation, it seems many of us choose the easy way out when it comes to organising our online security. A fact that was just confirmed in a study by an American company specializing in IT security which announced that this year’s most popular password is “123456” dethroning the creative “password”, which was crowned in 2012.

Top 25 passwords: h4> 1. 1123456

  1. password
  2. 12345678
  3. qwerty
  4. abc123
  5. 123456789
  6. 111111
  7. 1234567
  8. iloveyou
  9. adobe123
  10. 123123
  11. admin
  12. 1234567890
  13. letmein
  14. photoshop
  15. 1234
  16. monkey
  17. shadow
  18. sunshine
  19. 12345
  20. password1
  21. princess
  22. azerty
  23. trustno1
  24. 000000
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