50 Passwords Not to be Used, Ever!

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  1. Paul

    Paul New Member

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    Presenting a simple table that contains 50 words (or if you prefer, “keywords”) shall not be used for any reason to protect your account, it is in good part of the terms of use fairly common (especially with regard to the Anglo-Saxon), the rest are numeric strings, alphanumeric names and even words is absolutely meaningless.
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    The table offers both a kind of ranking, so it turns out that the password is probably more attached to the world “123456″, followed by “password” And the dangerous and little imaginative variation “12345678″; curiously the keyword among the safest of all is 500 less secure a proper name, “Albert”, preceded by a “6666″ that you should never use anyway.
     
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    Lol I love these. I mean you would think that these would be things that you wouldn't use anyways. But, it's always nice to have a little reminder of the ones that you shouldn't be using. I am glad that I can say that I don't use any of them.
     

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