Are you using any of these common passwords? Here's why you should change it

Don’t reuse passwords you’ve used on other accounts. — 123rf

If someone wanted to access your personal information online, would it be hard? Or could everything a hacker wanted to know be just a few clicks or keystrokes away?

Guarding your information online includes multiple steps but one of the big ones is using a variety of complex passwords that can’t be easily guessed. That’s not what happens most times, however, as cybersecurity firm Lookout found in its analysis of the Top 10 most common passwords found for use by hackers on the dark web, meaning they are the easiest to hack:

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