Safety, security. Beautiful word that so many evildoers love because they know that few people care. Let's get some questions:
- Would you leave the door open?
- Would you leave the key in the door?
- Would you leave a map on the door with the way to your safe?
On the internet, it seems like people are willing to do this. At least that is what the report of the SplashData shows us the compilation of 25 passwords most used on the internet.
Let's go to the list:
- golden dragon
- I love you
- Beach football
This list was compiled according to the various intrusions that occurred, remember the Linkedin case (invaded!), DropBox (hacked!)… and the list goes on.
Users insist on short, obvious passwords, thus making life easier for hackers. But seriously… “123456”, “password”!? I lost hope ...
And be honest now, does any of you use the passwords that are on this list?