Twitter bans batman, superman and 368 other common passwords

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Sorry superhero fans, your passwords say a bit too much about you.

In addition to being hopelessly unoriginal, Twitter has determined that your passwords of choice are too tempting to password stealers. And so it has banned them for new users. But, hey, at least you're not alone. Folks who choose tech terms over superheroes aren't safe either. Twitter has also deemed "qwerty", "computer," and "internet" too easy to steal.

See the full list of banned passwords.

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