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Beware of these 50 passwords to avoid getting hacked

Similarly, if you want to keep social media data, online transaction details, password and other important cyber information secure, ...
Beware of these 50 passwords to avoid getting hacked

Similarly, if you want to keep social media data, online transaction details, password and other important cyber information secure, then be alert and keep strong passwords so that no one can break your password and you can be protected from cyber attack.

Recently, 50 new passwords have been added to the list of the most dangerous and easily hacked passwords, which you need to know, such as your food and drink.

Nowadays, cyber attacks have become rampant and 4 lakh new malwares are discovered every day and 375 cases of cyber attacks are officially reported every day in India. Global statistics are many times higher than this. In such case, you should keep your social media password, password used for bank transactions strong, says National Cyber ​​Security Coordinator Lieutenant General (retd) Rajesh Pant.

If you are using a password from 'Most Dangerous Passwords', change it. Also, learn about 50 new passwords added to this list of dangerous passwords, which will make it easier for you to generate more secure passwords. In fact, nowadays anyone is cyber-attacked at any time and there is a risk of losing personal money as well as transmitting personal data.

Here are 50 passwords: 

The following are 50 new passwords in the easily hacked list: 
picture1, senha, Million2, aaron431, evite, jacket025, omgpop, qqww1122, qwer123456, unknown, chatbooks, 20100728, 5201314, Bangbang123, jobandtalent, default, 123654, ohmnamah23, zing, 10203, 127, party 888888, 888888, 147258, 999999, 159357, 88888888, 789456123, anhyeuem, 1q2w3e, 789456, 6655321, naruto, 123456789a, password123, hunter, 686584, 98, 25, 25, 25, 25.

The above passwords can be easily opened by anyone. In that case, be careful if you use any of these passwords.
 

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