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Password Alert: 72% of users are recycling passwords!

Password Alert: Users recycle the same password on average four times, according to her report Security.org.

Despite the risk of online attacks in a business, the majority (72%) of people said they still recycles passwords.

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Η safety his password is a lasting battle, as technological developments also make progress in targeting strategies personal information. Keeping information protected by password is more important and more difficult than before, leaving them users responsible for taking the appropriate measures.

Typically, large companies take steps to help protect their employees' password, including implementation password managers, compelling employees to regularly change passwords and even replace passwords with safer methods.

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However, the report, which was attended by more than 1.000 users, found that respondents still recycle the same passwords on average four times. About 63% of respondents said they use the same passwords in websites which they use for recreational and professional purposes, including corporate ones accounts their.

Reusing old passwords can easily lead to some kind of cyber-violation called credential stuffing, according to the report, which allows hackers to receive information from a previous violation to gain access to other accounts.

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To remember passwords, 68% of users said they usually opted for a password they have already used in the past, which makes them vulnerable in an attack. Those who try to find more complex passwords, however, often end up forgetting them, the report said.

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