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These are the 10 most popular passwords in India – Times of India

NordPass has released the annual list of most common passwords for the year 2022. The list consists of passwords which can be hacked easily. The most common passwords are based on numbers and alphabets in the original order. Ten of the most popular passwords used in India mostly consist of numbers from 1 to 10.
The NordPass research still shows that people still use weak passwords to protect their accounts. Despite growing cybersecurity awareness people still continue to use easily hackable passwords.
‘password’ is the most common and popular password used in India in 2022. The report adds that it can be hacked in less than one second. Similarly, ‘123456’ is the second most common Indian password and it can also be hacked in less than a second. “The study reveals that passwords such as 123456, password, and 123456789, are as popular among high-ranking executives as they are among ordinary internet users,” adds the report.
The report also states that France and the UK were the two countries among the most affected by data breaches. Research shows that France had over 200M passwords breached while the UK’s number stands at 600M. Research shows that many high-ranking business executives prefer to use names as their passwords. Among the most popular name-themed passwords are: Tiffany, (100,534), Charlie (33,699), Michael (10,647), and Jordan (10,472). In India the most popular name themed passwords include — anmol123, sahilji1 and kapil*1234.
10 most popular passwords in India
– password
– 123456
– 12345678
– bigbasket
– 123456789
[email protected]
– 1234567890
– anmol123
– abcd1234
– googledummy

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