NordPass wants users to give up simple passwords that use rotten high streets

Password manager NordPass has just compiled a list of the 200 most commonly used passwords for 2019 and is a serious advisor to users not to use the 20 scouns of simple passwords. Security expert Chad Hammond said: “There have been multiple data breaches in 2019 that have had a devastating impact on billions of Internet users. Passwords are designed to protect users’ accounts, not put our privacy at risk. In the Age of the Internet, the strength of passwords is closely related to the security of the network.”

NordPass wants users to give up simple passwords that use rotten high streets

(Photo from: NordPass, via Beta News)

Here’s a list of the 20 most shouldn’t-be-used passwords published by NordPass:

12345

123456

123456789

test1

password

12345678

zinch

g_czechout

asdf

Qwerty

1234567890

1234567

Aa123456.

iloveyou

1234

abc123

111111

123123

dubsmash

test

In addition to the simple passwords for the 20 rotten streets above, you can also move to the NordPass blog to see a complete list of the top 200 weak passwords:

https://nordpass.com/blog/top-worst-passwords-2019/

Chad Hammond adds: “Many people prefer to use weak passwords rather than trying to remember long, complex passwords. And in many cases, these people are more likely to use the same password on all accounts. If one of these is compromised, all other accounts will be affected.”

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