Threatpost Editor in Chief Mike Mimoso talks to crypto pioneer and security expert Bruce Schneier of Resilient Systems about the early days of the RSA Conference, the integration of privacy and security, and the current FBI-Apple debate over encryption and surveillance.
Despite warnings each year about what a bad password is and how to make a better one, people are still using terrible passwords, putting their information at risk.
The most popular code behind which people store their valuables is “123456,” with “password” sitting comfortably in second place. Places three and four are similarly guessable, with “12345678” and “qwerty” being the… look, guys, just no, please stop doing this.
The top two remain unchanged. The top choice, “123456” has remained unchanged since 2013.
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