At a time when numbers of man-made attacks on the supply chain are increasing, the media have been looking at a critical link in the Cyber Security system all businesses use: the passwords users create to login.
Splashdata has compiled its annual list of the worst passwords used in 2018. These include returning 'favourites' at the top of the poll #1 123456 and #2 password, together with the equally unoriginal #12 admin and #9 qwerty . Perhaps you think you are clever to have spotted a sequence on your keyboard - or perhaps not as #26 is zxcvbnm.
Christian names are increasingly popular with appearances from #34 daniel # 35 hannah # 38 george and #21 charlie or should it read notable?: #23 donald.
Finally our attention is drawn to things we like: #8 sunshine and #16 football.
Read the whole Top 50 List:
ITPro, the UK technology magazine also reported that the best passwords are the ones you can't remember!
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