The 10 Worst Passwords Of 2013

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7. 111111

Websites that don't have many repeat visitors but require a password often have a low bar for passwords. In this case, a string of six ones, or 111111, is all that was needed to set up an account. This password increased slightly in 2013, according to SplashData's analysis.

A recent review of the password security of the Top 100 e-commerce sites by password management tool Dashlane found that 55 percent of them still accept notoriously weak passwords such as "123456."

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