These are the worst passwords of 2020

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NordPass therefore recommends avoiding words that can be found in the dictionary, number combinations or character strings of neighboring keyboard combinations to ensure a secure password. “Password”, “qwerty” or “123456” are “terrible passwords because they are too easy to crack”, writes the company on its website and recommends avoiding repetitive characters such as “aaaa” or “123abc” and Under no circumstances should you use passwords that are based on personal, non-confidential information such as telephone numbers, dates of birth or names.

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