This is the sixth in a series of 12 tips to help you improve your online safety. If you've been reading the other tips so far, you'll know the recommendations of:
- using a different password for each site
- using a password manager
- letting an automated password creator suggest a password for you.
SplashData have done some analysis of the passwords collected from the many data breaches, and compiled a list of the worst 100 passwords in 2017. Note that some of the passwords on the list are distinctly rude, hence the list below stopping at number 33:
This article was originally published on the Online Safety Alliance
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