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10 most commonly used online passwords

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  1. D_o_S

    D_o_S Moderator

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    Newlaunches.com has managed to obtain a list of the most commonly used passwords from the upcoming May 8th issue of PC Magazine.

    The passwords are below:

    1. password
    2. 123456
    3. qwerty
    4. abc123
    5. letmein
    6. monkey
    7. myspace1
    8. password1
    9. blink182
    10. (your first name)

    If you are using any of these passwords, it is strongly advised that you change them ASAP.

    Source: New Launches
     
  2. overcast New Member

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    If you are using any of these passwords, it is strongly suggested no one ever puts you into a position of importance.
     
  3. GJSNeptune

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    Most commonly used, and now most commonly known. :D
     
  4. Eric_Cartman

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    blink182? they can't be serious...
     
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    Never used any of those.. But im pretty sure it depends on your native language. ;) I've used my middle name once or twice but noone even know how to pronounce it. :D
     
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    hahaha, that's awesome. Good band, though. :rockout:
     
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    Oh Crap!
     
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    haha myspace1. losers . . .
     
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    my old password used to be, 854698547856
     
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    hmm i miss asdf in that list .. i use that a lot .. up to asdfgh depending on password length enforcement rules.

    *goes to count number of tpu breakin attempts with that password*
     
  11. GJSNeptune

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    Das ist lustig. :D
     
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    yeah, i never used any of those, where do they they even get that info? make it up? monkey??? lol
     
  13. Easy Rhino

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    hrm, what others would be close on that list??
     
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    how did monkey get on there?
     
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    I was just thinking, how did they come up with that #?
     
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    Crap! All of my secrets have been cracked once again... :nutkick:
     
  17. PVTCaboose1337

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    My usbswitchblade can crack passwords as fast, so no problem.
     
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    OMG that's brilliant, I have the same thing on my luggage. :laugh:
     
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    LOL i've used 3 of those before XD
     
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    ROFL...thats from Spaceballs, one of the funniest movies ever.


    "Im sure she gives great helmet" - Rick Moranis ::rofl::


    seriously, I thought God, Love and Power were 3 of the most popular of all time.
     
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    yeah.......do they have access to our passords? or are they taking a poll, cause i don't think people would actually tell other people their real password in a poll...
     
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    wat bout door numbers
     
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    I'm assuming you're thinking of Hackers which would have the three: Love, Sex, and secret. also "god" is a close fourth.
     
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    Love that movie. Hackers2 wasn't all that bad either.
     
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    my password, in its greatness, is a combination of every one of those in a random order secret to even myself !!!
     

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