Hackers delight: Worst password of the year goes to ‘123456’

The good news, for computer security experts: People are no longer using “password” as their top password for online files and site entry. The bad news: The new top password is equally unimaginative — “123456.”

That’s according to an annual survey from SpashData, a mobile software developing company that collected and compiled lists of those commonly used passwords that were tied to data breaches and computer hacks in 2013, The Independent reported.

Read more: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2014/jan/22/worst-password-year-goes-123456/#ixzz2r8eTKflr 


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