The least secure passwords of 2013: “123456” and “p ...

The least secure passwords of 2013: “123456” and “p …

January 21, 2014

The least secure passwords of 2013: “123456” and “password”

The Recode website collects the ranking of the least secure passwords for 2013 that this company has made, based on several lists of hacked or compromised passwords. For the company, the three worst security codes last year were “1234567”, “password” and “12345678”.

Compared to the 2012 list, there have been few changes in the top positions on the list: the previous year the first position was occupied by “password” and, the second, by “123456”, just the opposite of 2013. In On the other hand, in the last edition of the ranking, some passwords have appeared that refer us directly to the security flaw that occurred in the lists of clients registered in Adobe, such as “photoshop” or “adobe123”, a trend that has already been reflected in this list of the 100 most repeated passwords among those stolen from users of the software company.

via The least secure passwords of 2013: “123456” and “password” | TICbeat.

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