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2013年全球最糟糕密码是什么?

2014-01-21    来源:MailOnline    【      美国外教 在线口语培训

How secure are YOUR passwords? Researchers find 123456 is now the most common password online - beating 'password' for the first time

英国《每日邮报》报道,根据最新发布的全球最糟糕密码排行榜,“123456”成为2013年度全球最差的网络登录密码。近日,美国密码管理应用程序提供商飞溅数据(SplashData)发布了其2013年度的最差密码榜单。“123456”由2012年上升一位,成为本次的冠军。排在2012榜单第一位的“password”(密码)下降至第二名;而原榜单中的季军“12345678”仍保持原位。

此外,排在2013年最糟糕密码榜单前十位的还有,“qwerty”(标准键盘)、“abc123”、“123456789”、“111111”、“1234567”、“iloveyou”(我爱你)以及“adobe123”。飞溅数据总裁摩根•斯莱恩介绍说:“虽然目前许多网站都要求用户采用更加复杂的密码,但仍有许多人习惯使用简单的数字或单词。”

为此,公司呼吁网民应该更加关注自己的网络状态,提高安全防范意识。尽量使用位数较多且更为复杂的“数字+字母”组合,或是采用“简短单词+空格或下划线”的形式来作为网络登录,尤其是网络交易的密码。另外,用户还应为不同网站设置不同的密码,以有效防止密码被盗。


'Password' is no longer the worst password on the internet, researchers have discovered.

However, they warn the new 'worst password', 123456, is just as insecure.

The team at SplashData analysed millions of stolen passwords posted online in 2013 to compile their annual list of the worst.

'For the first time since SplashData began compiling its annual list, 'password' has lost its title as the most common and therefore Worst Password, and two-time runner-up "123456" took the dubious honor,' the security firm said.

However, 'password' only fell to number two on the list.


According to SplashData, this year's list was influenced by the large number of passwords from Adobe users posted online by security consulting firm Stricture Consulting Group following Adobe's well publicized security breach.

'Seeing passwords like 'adobe123' and 'photoshop' on this list offers a good reminder not to base your password on the name of the website or application you are accessing,' says Morgan Slain, CEO of SplashData.

Other passwords in the Top Ten include 'qwerty,' 'abc123,' '111111,' and 'iloveyou.'
'Another interesting aspect of this year's list is that more short numerical passwords showed up even though websites are starting to enforce stronger password policies,' Slain said.
For example, new to this year's list are simple and easily guessable passwords like "1234" at #16, "12345" at #20, and "000000" at #25.

The firm said it publishes the list annually to try and get people to change their passwords to more secure phrases.

'As always, we hope that with more publicity about how risky it is to use weak passwords, more people will start taking simple steps to protect themselves by using stronger passwords and using different passwords for different websites,' the firm said.

The company advises consumers or businesses using any of the passwords on the list to change them immediately.
'Use passwords of eight characters or more with mixed types of characters,' it says.

'But even passwords with common substitutions like "dr4mat1c" can be vulnerable to attackers' increasingly sophisticated technology, and random combinations like "j%7K&yPx$" can be difficult to remember.
'One way to create more secure passwords that are easy to recall is to use passphrases -- short words with spaces or other characters separating them. It's best to use random words rather than common phrases. For example, "cakes years birthday" or "smiles_light_skip?"
'Avoid using the same username/password combination for multiple websites. 
'Especially risky is using the same password for entertainment sites that you do for online email, social networking, or financial service sites.
'Use different passwords for each new website or service you sign up for.'(MailOnline)


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