Worst Passwords Of 2020 – Experts Perspectives

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Password manager solutions NordPass has just issued findings on the 200 most commonly used passwords of 2020, including findings that some of the most commonly used passwords remain  “123456,” “123456789,” “111111” and “password” – as are “pokemon” and “princess.” Cybersecurity experts offer thoughts.

Experts Comments

It’s great that NordPass is reminding us that things have not changed.

Re the NordPass findings of worst passwords of 2020 – where after analyzing 275,699,516 passwords leaked during 2020 data breaches, NordPass and partners found that the most common passwords are incredibly easy to guess — and it could take less than a second or two for attackers to break into accounts using these credentials. Only 44% of those recorded were considered “unique.”

It’s great that…..Read MoreRe the NordPass findings of worst passwords of 2020 – where after analyzing 275,699,516 passwords leaked during 2020 data breaches, NordPass and partners found that the most common passwords are incredibly easy to guess — and it could take less than a second or two for attackers to break into accounts using these credentials. Only 44% of those recorded were considered “unique.”

It’s great that NordPass is reminding us that things have not changed. This shows that people don’t see themselves as targets, because if they knew …

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