The Most ‘Unsafe Passwords’ to Use

The first line of defense against hackers is having strong passwords that are hard to crack. But can yours stand up to increasing cyber security threats?

Since 2013, the two worst passwords to protect your private information are “123456” and “password,” according to SplashData, a security solutions provider that releases an annual list of the most commonly used passwords on the Internet. Such common passwords can put your information at risk of hackers.

Safeguard your information better by avoiding some of the other worst passwords.

View:  “These Are the Worst Passwords in the World: Do You Use Any of Them?” FOX News (Jan. 19, 2016)