We’ve announced our well known list of “Worst Passwords” for 2015 — check out the press release and see a cool infographic we created for this year.
PRESS RELEASE In time for March Madness, SplashData announces Top 25 Worst Sports Passwords SplashData encourages users to power up their passwords based on their favorite sport, team and player to avoid getting hacked LOS GATOS, CA – With the Super
“123456” Maintains the Top Spot on SplashData’s Annual “Worst Passwords” List The 2014 list of worst passwords demonstrates the importance of keeping names, simple numeric patterns, sports and swear words out of your passwords. Los Gatos, CA – January 20,
“Password” unseated by “123456” on SplashData’s annual “Worst Passwords” list The 2013 list of worst passwords, influenced by postings from the Adobe breach, demonstrates the importance of not basing passwords on the application or website being accessed LOS GATOS, CA
In a year loaded with password breaches – Yahoo!, LinkedIn, eHarmony and Last.fm, among others – SplashData Reveals Its Annual “25 Worst Passwords of the Year” List LOS GATOS, CA — Just in time for Halloween comes something that