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The New York Times recently reported on password habits for this digital age, suggesting that many folks are leaving an obvious trail into their various password-protected accounts. The most popular passwords during the 1990s were "12345", "abc123" and "password." But even with increased awareness of hacking, identity theft and other cyber-crime issues, a recent survey of a broad set of users showed that their most common password is now "123456," just one digit longer and hardly safer.
The reason people choose such easy-to-guess passwords, experts say, could be because they are simply overwhelmed by the number of numbers and codes they need to remember. Given that reality, the experts suggest that you choose at least two different passwords – one for your social networking and media sites, and another for the more serious security sites, such as your bank and email account.
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