The Pernicious Problem of Passwords
Amidst so much turmoil and societal change during the past few years, one core feature of humanity has remained the same: people are bad at creating strong passwords.
Despite warnings and recommendations, we still use the streets we grew up on, references to our high school mascot, phrases from our favorite movies, or the same word with a different set of numbers attached to the end for every login. The issue is a rampant one, identity management and fraud detection firm SpyCloud found in an analysis of breach exposures affecting Fortune 1000 enterprises.
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