Advancing technology has created more convenient way for people to accomplish even the most tough task. You can do really anything from your cell phones, computer or mobile device from banking and applying for loans to ordering a pizza or shopping for gifts and presents.
Consumers spend an average of $2.4 million dollars online every minute, it just over $3 billion a day.
Password is one of the few protections computer users have against hackers. Unfortunately many people choose super easy to guess numbers or words for them.
Ever wondered that the hackers tap into the internet to steal passwords and personal information. One simple way to keep your personal information very personal is to is to protect it with a strong password.
But like every year, again users have used the same old and easy passwords that are super easy to crack by the hackers.
Splashdata, The password company revealed its annual list of the “ Worst passwords of the year” used in 2017.
Worst passwords in 2017 included some of the completely new terms and some that were used from so long time by the users like “password” and “123456” respectively.
Here’s the Complete list for 2017’s worst passwords:
Well these passwords are super easy to hack into it.