Social Media: People Still Use Pathetic Passwords

Earlier this year, Mark Zuckerberg’s Twitter and Pinterest accounts were hacked with a person familiar with the matter claiming he reused the password: “dadada”. One of Facebook’s primary security tips is not to reuse the same passwords anywhere else online. The Facebook boss was quite fortunate however, with “OurMine Team” who hacked his Pinterest saying they were just testing Zuckerberg’s security.

The infographic below shows a list of the 10 most popular LinkedIn passwords which were revealed during a 2012 hack when the details of 117 million users were stolen. “123456” was the most popular password by far, used by over 750,000 accounts according to LeakedSource. The second most popular was “linkedin” (172,000 accounts) followed by “password” (144,000 accounts).

This chart shows the frequency of use of LinkedIn’s 10 weakest passwords.

Infographic: Social Media: People Still Use Pathetic Passwords | Statista
You will find more statistics at Statista

10 More Bad MLS Photos

So we had “MLS Photo’s Starring?“, and “More Bad MLS Photo’s – Can You Guess The Category?” and then “Is that a Bathroom? MLS Photos You Have to See to Believe” and of course “MLS Photos – The Fun Continues“.

And finally, from our friends at Bad MLS Photo’s, we bring you ten more shocking images but like a car crash you just won’t be able to stop yourself from looking…

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