Revealed: Worst passwords in 2015

SplashData released it annual list of weak passwords in 2015 in an attempt to encourage stronger passwords

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Revealed: Worst passwords in 2015
Security services company SplashData evaluated passwords from users predominately from North America and Western Europe and found weak, easily guessable passwords are still common. It hopes the list will inspire stronger passwords and stop users from being vulnerable to cyber hacking and identity theft.
  • Revealed: Worst passwords in 2015
  • Revealed: Worst passwords in 2015
  • Revealed: Worst passwords in 2015
  • Revealed: Worst passwords in 2015
  • Revealed: Worst passwords in 2015
  • Revealed: Worst passwords in 2015
  • Revealed: Worst passwords in 2015
  • Revealed: Worst passwords in 2015
  • Revealed: Worst passwords in 2015
  • Revealed: Worst passwords in 2015
  • Revealed: Worst passwords in 2015

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