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Similarly, we alert the members with any cyber attack taking place globally and help them with tips to stay secure. The initial way to keep yourselves safe is to have a strong password for your online accounts.
NordPass, the password management website revealed the most common passwords used in 2020. Shockingly, the list is full of easy-to-guess words and facile numerical combinations. Passwords like "123456", "123456789" and "12345678" are found in the top 5 list. The top 5 passwords have over 4.5 million people.
Moreover, people are still using "password", which is in the NordPass top list. Besides the new term "picture1" has been widely used by the users. These passwords are something which can be cracked (except picture1) with less mind scratching efforts.
Let's check the top 25 common passwords used by the users in the year of pandemic.
If you are using any one of the above phrases to secure your online account, then you certainly need to change it - keep a unique one for your accounts. A combination of capital letters, numbers and symbols are considered as strong ones.
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