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Most Popular Business Password is ‘Password1’

One does not have been creative for choosing and keeping passwords, but just different. Keeping a unique password is especially important for businesses and other professionals who have to protect their data. Interestingly, according to Ubergizmo, if you have a business then it is a bad idea to keep the password as ‘password1’. According to the online security firm Trustwave, most businesses choose to keep this as their password just so that it comes be fine with other complexity settings.


Now, however, that the word is out, the password would also change. This password is chosen by more than 5% of the computer users it supports a capitalized letter and has at least one number as well as has the right number of minimum characters. Having so many accounts online also makes it quite complex to remember password for each and every website. This is why users often tend to keep the same password for all of these sites or just simply have easy passwords for all sites which make it very easy to crack.

To keep safe, it is better that a user have a password which has a capitalized letter as well as a number but also which is makes no sense of a word. It has to be a random letters arrangement that you have come up with and that only you can remember. It might sound like such a huge task of even putting a correct password and when one is signing up for a website, one is often in a hurry to get past the form and onto the site for using its features.

In such a short time often users don’t create complex passwords and hence they get prone to having their accounts being hacked or their data stolen or simply being invaded by someone else. The best way to go about is thus to keep a password not based on your family, relatives or your pets, and any number relating to them, but just simply a random word or letters arranged in random way that does not make a word just so that it could have a strong strength and becomes hard to crack. And certainly, never keep your password as ‘password1’.

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