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Passwords are hard to remember. But don’t make them too easy . You’ll end up on the dark web. These are most common, easiest to guess passwords that hackers have been and currently continue to use.

These are circulating around the lurches of deep web has been detailed in a new report from CNBC.

Though the ordinary web surfer has about 100 passwords they have to remember says NordPass. That makes weak clearance codes for even the most insignificant of accounts can still risk exposure of sensitive, personal information, CNBC reported. There’s been an estimated 80 percent of online consumers who have had emails leaked onto the dark web in addition to 70 percent whose phone numbers have circulated on the shady pages, according cloud security company Lookout.

On top of all that, these are the easy to guess passwords leaked out to the dark web, per CNBC and Lockout:

Link: New York Post

Cyber Security is very important. With everyone online, your information is extremely vulnerable. Vacations are back on for those in need of a getaway. Web hosting experts Fasthosts.co.uk highlight cybersecurity tips to keep you secure online abroad this summer.

BBC.co.UK came up with a list of ways to keep you safe online. From being careful about solicited messages to confirm your social media settings on holiday please be cautious about what you share online.

 

  • 123... easy

    123456

  • 789 isn't fine

    123456789

  • Wordy

    Qwerty

  • Pass

    Password

  • count up

    12345

  • 5678

    12345678

  • 123

    Qwerty123

  • Lame

    1q2w3e

  • Don't do it

    DEFAULT

  • simply dumb

    Abc123

  • Nope

    Qwertyuiop

  • Cute

    Iloveyou

  • Not the one

    111111