How clever is your password? If it’s on the list below, your password is just as easily stolen as it is remembered.
Protect yourself by making sure you’re not using one of the top 25 most commonly stolen passwords of 2015, as determined by IT security from SplashData.
To create a more secure password, make sure you are not relying only on numbers, and try to avoid simple keyboard patterns. You may also want to avoid easy-to-find information such as birthdays, favourite sports teams, and addresses.
Attempt to create a password that is eight or more letters long, and avoid using the same password for multiple access points.