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Worst Sports Passwords List by SplashData

Worst Sports Passwords

Being a super fan of any group or contestant doesn’t meant we should put your temperament during risk with simply guessable passwords

Los Gatos, CA (PRWEB) Mar 23, 2015

With a Super Bowl behind us, Major League Soccer deteriorate kicking off, Spring Training in full pitch for Major League Baseball, and Mar Madness swooshing in quick and mad with a college hoops tournament, many sports fans are regulating their favorite group or contestant names as their passwords. While some of these teams and athletes might be winners on a justice or field, they are certain losers when it comes to being a secure password.

Research by SplashData, a cue government experts, has constructed a list of a Worst Sports Passwords – a sports-themed difference that hackers are many expected to try when attempting to mangle into online accounts.

“Being a super fan of any group or contestant doesn’t meant we should put your temperament during risk with simply guessable passwords,” pronounced Morgan Slain, CEO of SplashData. “It’s ok to use your favorite group names as partial of your passwords, though to make them stronger we should supplement numbers, black or a mixed of names to make a cue many harder to crack.”

This year’s Worst Sports Passwords are:

1    baseball

2    football

3    hockey

4    jordan

5    soccer

6    yankees

7    jordan23

8    eagles

9    golfer

10    steelers

11    rangers

12    lakers

13    arsenal

14    cowboys

15    tigers

16    tennis

17    nascar

18    raiders

19    angels

20    redsox

21    packers

22    giants

23    redskins

24    gators

25    dolphins

The Worst Sports Password list is a subset of a incomparable annual list of a 25 Worst Passwords that would display anybody to being hacked or carrying their identities stolen. In a fourth annual report, gathered from some-more than 3.3 million leaked passwords during a year, “123456”and “password” continue to reason a tip dual spots that they have hold any year given a initial list in 2011.

SplashData, provider of a SplashID line of cue government applications, releases a annual list in an bid to inspire a adoption of stronger passwords. Slain says, “As always, we wish that with some-more broadside about how unsure it is to use diseased passwords, some-more people will start holding elementary stairs to strengthen themselves by regulating stronger passwords and regulating opposite passwords for opposite websites.”

SplashData offers 3 elementary tips to be safer from hackers online:

1.    Use passwords of 8 characters or some-more with churned forms of characters.

2.    Avoid regulating a same username/password mixed for mixed websites.

3.    Use a cue manager such as SplashID to classify and strengthen passwords, beget pointless passwords, and automatically record into websites.

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About SplashData:

SplashData has been a heading provider of cue government applications for over 10 years. SplashID (http://www.splashid.com) has grown to be many devoted multi-platform cue resolution for both a consumer and craving markets with over 1 million users worldwide. SplashID’s recognition continues to arise as a series of user names, passwords, and comment numbers many people have to remember is fast multiplying. At a same time, a risk of this kind of supportive information descending into a wrong hands has never been greater. SplashID helps solve this quandary by formulating an encrypted digital protected accessible on smartphones, computers, USB keys, or online, charity a assent of mind of being means to entrance vicious information whenever indispensable while progressing a confidence of 256-bit encryption. SplashData was founded in 2000 and is formed in Los Gatos, CA.

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