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    Nordpass lists the easiest passwords used this year, starting with ‘123456’ and ‘iloveyou’.

    Using digital gadgets, password can be called a lock-key to maintain the privacy and security of information! But people all over the world have used simple or very simple passwords in most cases. An organization called NordPass has prepared a report on the passwords used in 2020. In it they have compiled a list of the worst or easiest passwords used this year. As it turns out, the most used password this year is ‘123456’. This simple password has been used by millions of people. It has been accessed more than 23 million times. But this simple password is not a matter of cracking in less than a second. According to NordPass, ordinary people use this weak password for convenience.

    The term ‘iloveyou’ is widely used for passwords. The phrase ranks 16th on the NordPass list and ranks first in the positive word category used in passwords. According to reports, more than 1 million users have used this word. Many users have used a name in the password. The most used name in the password is ‘aaron431’, it is used by about 90 thousand users. On the other hand, 21,409 users used the word chocolate as their password. In addition, more than 36,000 users have used the word ‘pokemon’ in their passwords.

    Most Common Password

    The 20 passwords that have been used over the years are: 123456789, picture1, password, 12345678, 111111, 123123, 12345, 1234567890, senha, 1234567, qwerty, abc123, Million2, 000000, 1234, iloveyou, aaron431, password1 . These passwords are sorted by their practical rank. According to reports, most of these passwords can be cracked in less than a second.

    Speaking of which, password security systems are used to protect everything from phone screen locks, emails, social media accounts, etc. to banking, e-commerce platforms, etc. Many people use complex passwords so that no one else can access them. But many people are safe using simple passwords. Technicians, however, always forbid the use of easily guessed passwords. Who is listening to it!

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