‘Password’ tops list of worst passwords for 2011


PARIS: These days there are so many sites and accounts you need to log into that it is hard to think of new, unique passwords. So often, when it comes down to creating a new password people either use the same password over and over again or create easy to remember passwords (or both).

According to password management application maker SplashID, some of the most commonly used passwords for 2011 are “password,” “123456,” “12345678,” “qwerty,” “abc123” and “monkey.”

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