Topic: splashdata

The worst passwords of 2015, VersionOne unveils its Winter 2016 release, and learning about deep learning from Google—SD Times news digest: Jan. 21, 2016

Despite efforts to promote and encourage good cybersecurity practices, Internet users continue to put themselves at risk. SplashData has released its annual Worst Passwords of 2015 list, and it revealed that “123456” and “password” still top the list as the most commonly used passwords, and they have been on the top since 2011. Other passwords … continue reading

The worst passwords of 2014

Password-management software provider SplashData has released its annual list of the most common passwords on the Internet, and once again “123456” tops the list. In this year’s “Worst Passwords” list, compiled from more than 3.3 million passwords leaked in 2014, the ever-popular “password” retained its spot at No. 2, while the rest of the Top … continue reading

SD Times Blog: ‘123456’ tops ‘password’ as most common password of 2013

SplashData’s list of the most popular passwords was compiled from 2013 public hacks, including the Adobe breach … continue reading

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