Photo courtesy of markpascua.com Mashable reports that SplashData, a password management provider, enlists the top 25 most commonly...
|Photo courtesy of markpascua.com|
Mashable reports that SplashData, a password management provider, enlists the top 25 most commonly used passwords in the internet. Don’t get us wrong, but we think you might as well feel a bit of shame if you could see your most precious password in the list below. Just so you know, these passwords are extracted by SplashData from Hackers that post it online. So here it goes:
An effective and less prone to a hacker password is a combination of charaters, letters and special symbols like $, &, 0, @, etc. This tightens the probability of hackers to encrypt your password. For example, if your chosen password would be “shortcake”, you can modify it into “$h0rtc@k3”. Get what I mean? So you might want to change your password now?