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A Weak Password is a Hacker’s Best Friend

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According to the “2012 Global Security Report” released by Trustwave, “Password1” is the most commonly used password on business systems. Although it contains an upper-case character, a number, and nine characters, “Password1” is a very easy password for hackers to … Continue reading

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25 Worst Passwords of 2011: Is Yours One of Them?

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Forbes.com has published a list of the 25 worst passwords of 2011. Read the article. If any of these passwords look familiar, please visit the ITS Password Change webpage to choose a new password. For ideas on choosing a better … Continue reading

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