passwords

Cyber security
Jan 17 '17 13:35

Last year '123456' was again the world's most common password, according to figures from password manager Keeper. According to the researchers, such a password can be hacked in seconds and using it is reckless and lazy, AD reports.

The researchers checked 10 million passwords for this study. Nearly 17 percent were '123456'. It has long been at the top of the list, after dethroning 'password' several years back. More than half of the world's population use the top 25 most used passwords.

Data theft
Apr 21 '14 14:51

A large-scale data theft based in Germany, which came to light at the beginning of April, also hacked into 50,000 Dutch accounts.

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