Introduction

In the digital transactions,the passwords are more important.Beacause in this world all are computerised.

The passwords are need to create for all the Mobiles,Bank Accounts,Applications,Internet Banking, some UPI Applications And Also Some Mails.But, In This Year 2020,The People Are Prohitbited Go Outside beacause of Corona Virus Pandemic,So All have to create Their Own Passwords,The Nord Pass Organisation Has Released Some Passwords, which are Mostly used and created by Users are shown Below.

Most Worst Password in the year 2020 is 123456.All the Hackers And Cyber Frauds and cyber criminals Are Chased This Password More Than 2.3 Crore times. After That The Next Password revealed by nord pass is 123456789.And In the third Position Placed with the password which is picture1.The Nord Pass Organisation divided into 12 different types of passwords. And totally 200 passwords in the revealed list. These Data is Created how many times cracked by hackers.

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Passwords:

  • 123456789
  • 123456
  • qwerty
  • 000000
  • 1111111
  • password
  • iloveyou
  • abc123

How to create strong Password:

If You all created these above passwords please change it immediately.And Also,Change the password For each 90 days At once.Create the strong password as using the some below rules.

You Can created Passwords With Numbers, alphabets, and special characters.If you want create a new password like John.Instead of John You can Create as like

  • Having Atleast length of the password shold be minimum 10 characters.
  • Definitely Should consist of Alphabets,Numbers and Special Symbols(or)characters.
  • Should Not Repeat the same password to the different accounts.

Examples Of Strong Passwords

John5575#*

123@John#

Jhonny&@#123

123@jjonny#

Jhony#@746

Here, above some examples of strong passwords.

Two Factor Authetication:

“Password managers, which can hold all our passwords securely, are the answer to this problem. Although many people think that putting all their passwords in one place on the cloud could make them vulnerable to attack, the opposite is in fact true. The clever use of two-factor authentication (2FA) and robust encryption is a far stronger mix than having to remember 100s of accounts, each with three random words.”

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