Have you ever seen your friends or family members putting a password for there crucial online account as Password1 🙂
Or maybe something similar which actually piss you off. Because you know how vulnerable it is.
According to ToryHunt In total, there were 1,910,144 passwords out of 2,232,284 already in the Pwned Passwords set. In other words, 86% of subscribers were using passwords already leaked in other data breaches and available to attackers in plain text.
New breach: CashCrate had 6.8M records breached in November 2016. The data included names, physical and email addresses and a combination of both plain text passwords and MD5 hashes. 71% were already in @haveibeenpwned. Read more: https://t.co/NYUgAiAcdg
— Have I Been Pwned (@haveibeenpwned) April 20, 2018
According to BBC one billion password have been hacked because of Yahoo Password Breach.
'One billion' affected by Yahoo hack – BBC News
— Karen✨ (@karen_socialmed) December 15, 2016
But this is also true that in the current world where you have to manage 1000 of passwords and remember them. There has to be a way to secure all of your passwords and have them all in one place so that you can easily use them whenever you want.
I mean have you came across a signup form where you are typing a really good password but it keeps denying the fact that its good enough to proceed?
Identify what is wrong with these pictures. pic.twitter.com/KJ1XgrZI1g
— Aaron Toponce ☕ (@AaronToponce) April 24, 2018
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