2018’s Worst Passwords

Last year marked the fifth anniversary of the passwords "123456" and "password" being in the top 2 spots of most used/worst passwords, according to SplashData. Of this list, it is estimated that 1 in 10 people use these top 25 passwords. That's... not good. Each year, SplashData pores over millions of passwords that belong to people who were breached.
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Protect Your Online Information

It's important to know how to protect your online information. While millennials don't seem to care much these days about their online privacy and information, as time goes on, they'll rue the day they decided to post that college party selfie or tweet that asinine observation. But our online presence goes beyond posting photos and superfluous missives -- it holds our identity.
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