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10 Most Common (And Super Insecure) Passwords Of 2015

Despite a much higher rhetoric around the importance of strong passwords, the majority of users haven't taken the hint to be more creative about their password selection.

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8. 1234

Many users decided to keep their password short and sweet in 2015, with "1234" landing in the No. 8 spot. However, this type of password is very insecure, with SplashData recommending passwords should have at least 12 characters with both letters and numbers.

 
 
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