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Topic # 161912 23-Jan-2015 09:21
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Unbelievable... Top 25 most popular passwords in 2014:

 

     

  1. 123456 (Unchanged)
  2. password (Unchanged)
  3. 12345 (Up 17)
  4. 12345678 (Down 1)
  5. qwerty (Down 1)
  6. 123456789 (Unchanged)
  7. 1234 (Up 9)
  8. baseball (New)
  9. dragon (New)
  10. football (New)
  11. 1234567 (Down 4)
  12. monkey (Up 5)
  13. letmein (Up 1)
  14. abc123 (Down 9)
  15. 111111 (Down 8)
  16. mustang (New)
  17. access (New)
  18. shadow (Unchanged)
  19. master (New)
  20. michael (New)
  21. superman (New)
  22. 696969 (New)
  23. 123123 (Down 12)
  24. batman (New)
  25. trustno1 (Down 1)

 

Source: SplashData.





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  Reply # 1220572 23-Jan-2015 09:34
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Thank goodness I use 12345678. I'm safe. 




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  Reply # 1220575 23-Jan-2015 09:38
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phew my Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious010101010101011 is not on the list :P




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  Reply # 1220582 23-Jan-2015 09:50
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Glad my un-guessable 87654321 is not on the list still




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  Reply # 1220607 23-Jan-2015 10:17
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correct horse battery staple didn't feature then?! I use phrases when they're supported but they're often not.

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  Reply # 1220622 23-Jan-2015 10:54
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  Reply # 1220649 23-Jan-2015 11:12
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Funny, i tried to do a password with spaces in outlook.com and got told off for using non allowed characters, guess they don't read XKCD.




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  Reply # 1220673 23-Jan-2015 11:49
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timmmay: correct horse battery staple didn't feature then?! I use phrases when they're supported but they're often not.

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Microsoft are a culprit here - they don't allow spaces in passwords, very annoying.

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