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VPN service and password manager Northern security I’ve collected the world’s worst passwords. In addition to the groups, the list also shows the time at which they can be hacked.
“It fell suddenly.”1234“Only in ninth place, it is particularly popular.”Responsible“And – it is especially strange:”IsabellaThere also appears to be an above average number of “Lord of the Rings” fans among them.
Here are the top 10 apps and how long it takes to solve them, according to Nord:
- “Responsible” (used 2495 times): less than a second
- “Isabella(1,577): 3 hours
- “123456” (1,487): Less than a second
- “Gerhard13(1,022): 19 hours
- “isildur15« (954): One day
- “Isildur15“(895): One day
- “password“(745): Less than a second
- “com. isildur(660): 17 minutes
- “1234(513): Less than a second
- “12345678(493): Less than a second
Anyone familiar with J. R. R. Tolkien’s fantasy world will…Isildur“I already recognized him as the king who defeated the evil Sauron and took the One Ring from him. Perhaps the new series on Aamzon caused his name to be used as a password.
“1234” and “admin” are very popular all over the world
in Germany You can find more number combinations,com. zwieback“,”yxcvbnm” And “Bad password“My world is.”123456“At number 1 (used 4.52 million times), followed by “Responsible(Used 4 million times.) For some web applications, “admin” is the default, but needs to be changed urgently.
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