Saturday, February 6, 2016

Best And Strong Passwords

 Best And Strong Passwords

According to a study Splash data software company focused on the worst passwords most used today, "123456" password remains the most used by users who neglect their safety. The full list is not wasted, as unsafe passwords like "password" (as is) or "abc123".

This study, which Splashdata published annually, is based on more than two million passwords filtered throughout 2015 in the United States and Western Europe, and shows that there are still users take security too lightly to in access to different web services.

The podium is occupied worst passwords " 123456 ", " password " (or what is the same, password) and " 12345678 ", but then not much improvement is the thing: In the following positions we find " qwerty "(is that pressing the keys that are next to each other like the laziest) and" 12345 ".
Similarly, use names of sports as a password is also more common than desired. " Football " ranked seventh, while " baseball " did the same in tenth place.
In the list include other hilarious examples as " letmein " (let me in), " login " or " 111111 ". This is the top 25 of the least secure passwords that are repeated on the Internet:
1. 123456
2. password
3. 12345678
4. qwerty
5. 12345
6. 123456789
7. football
8. 1234
9. 1234567
10. baseball
11. welcome
12. 1234567890
13. Abc123
14. 111111
15. 1qaz2wsx
16. dragon
17. master
18. monkey
19. letmein
20. login
21. princess
22. qwertyuiop
23. only
24. passw0rd
25. starwars

Tips for creating strong passwords

If you do get recognized here, you had better change your password as soon as possible to avoid risks, for which we propose some general recommendations.
In any case, experts recommend using passwords at least 12 characters (combining letters, numbers and symbols ) and avoid repeating passwords from one service to another (because, for example, if a service is hacked, the cyber criminal to get our password can use it on more than one site to which we used to access).
Also, as tips on creating strong passwords, we recommend avoiding dates and names . Ideally, our password is not a word that makes sense, but to facilitate that we recodarlo later, you can always use a simple trick: try to replace some vowels by numbers that are similar (for example, an A would be April 1, one I would be a 1, a O would be a 0 ...), and insert some symbols in between , such as asterisks or dashes pads.
Thus, a password like "user-pcactual" would become something like this: "usu410-pc * 4ctu4l;" while to differentiate various services accounts, there is such a simple trick like adding a few letters that identifies the beginning or end . Without going any further, adding a "fb" to our Facebook or "tw" to achieve tweet remember the password and avoid repeating them in different websites.
Keep safe all our Internet accounts requires a little effort, but always ends up paying off.

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