According to the latest reports, the NCSC, of course, the National Center for Cybersecurity of the United Kingdom has recently revealed the world’s most hacked passwords. The survey by the center shows that many users do not know how to avoid being victims of cybercrime since 42% of those interviewed expect to lose money due to electronic fraud. At the same time, only 15% know how to protect themselves from harmful internet activities.
OMG! World’s Most Hacked Passwords Revealed
Recently, the NCSC, of course, The National Center for Cybersecurity of the United Kingdom revealed the world’s most ‘hacked’ passwords.
The survey by the center simply shows that many users do not know how to avoid being victims of cybercrime since 42% of those interviewed expect to lose money due to electronic fraud. At the same time, only 15% know how to protect themselves from harmful internet activities.
While the study concludes that less than half of respondents use a secure password, most of which are very easy to guess, and accompanied their conclusions with a list of the 100000 most ‘hacked’ passwords.
However, the most exciting thing is that ‘123456’ is the least secure password of all time, as 23.2 million victims of cybercrime used it, is—followed by the ‘123456789’ and ‘qwerty’, of course, the first letters of the upper line of the keyboard, the word ‘password’ and ‘1111111’.
Moreover, the latest report warns that using the name of our football teams or our favorite bands is dangerous to protect your confidential data. At the same time,e internet, cybercrime, and nails are getting bright daily.
While more than 280,000 British Internet users who used the word ‘Liverpool’ as a password were victims of a ‘hack’. In the ‘top 3’ of the names of football teams used to protect personal data, ‘Chelsea’ and not only that, but even ‘arsenal’ also appeared on the list.
Among the names of bands used as unsafe passwords, the first position is simply occupied by ‘Blink 182′, ’50 cent’, ‘Eminem’, ‘Metallica’, and ‘Slipknot’. While Superman was also revealed as the most popular character among the names used in passwords, followed by Naruto, Tigger, Pokemon, and Batman.
Moreover, the technical director of the center course, Ian Levy, advised, “Be creative and use memorable words for you so that people can not guess your password,”. So, what do you think about this? Simply share all your views and thoughts in the comment section below. And if you liked this post, do not forget to share this post with your friends and family.