We know that you understand the importance of using secure passwords, and that you also understand exactly what a secure is – and isn’t. But what about your users? Even though you use technological controls to force them to create passwords that meet your criteria for logging onto your network, they’re likely logging into web site accounts that don’t set the same standards.
We hope most people today aren’t naive enough to use such passwords as “123456,” but you’d be amazed how many people do, and how many are still using “password” as their password. In fact, those are the number one and number two bad passwords on the list for 2015. But what are some of the slightly more creative but still extremely common passwords that cropped up last year?
Read this article in CNET to find out: