'Password' is still the worst password, but watch out for 'ninja'

Splashdata, a security software developer, released its annual list of the most common passwords on the Internet.

By Jared Newman, PC World |  Security, passwords

If all that sounds like too much, there are always third-party tools to help, such as LastPass1PasswordRoboform, eWallet, SplashID,  or KeePass.

You can also set up two-step authentication with Google or Facebook. Some websites allow you to sign through Google or Facebook, using them as a sort of master key, so two-step authentication will add an extra layer of security.

But most importantly, don't use the kind of password an idiot would have on his luggage (thank you, Mel Brooks!).

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