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Thread: 25 worst passwords of 2013

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    I had a customer who changed who got "hacked", changed his password to "f*ckinghacker", got "hacked" again on the next day... oh the irony
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    "1234" what the hell is happening to this world... LOL

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    When choosing a password, avoid obvious choices such as mother’s maiden name, child’s name, pet’s name, or other references that someone may be able to find out through information you have posted elsewhere. Try to use random mixtures of numbers and letters. Use different passwords for different sites.

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    Why would you use those kind of words for password

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    LOL, sad but funny!

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    Using real words for your pass is always a bad idea

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    Lol, unreal that some people actually use these passwords. Hopefully they have the intelligence to secure the accounts they really care about.

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    LOL it really worst,still loughiing

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    The sequential numbers and digits, I can understand. It's utterly stupid but easy to remember. Same with certain words from the list - "admin", "letmein" and "iloveyou", fine, I can get how they decided on those. Even "shadow" and "sunshine" have a kind of personal-attitude kind of reasoning to them.

    But "monkey", though ... what? Srsly, why that one?

    (I'm lucky enough that I speak a couple of little-known languages, so I usually just pick a random easily-remembered word from those. I feel a bit sorry for all you native English speakers)


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