Die Welt besteht nur aus unsicheren Kennwörter

Das sollte doch wiedereinmal der Yahoo Hack gezeigt haben. Anders Nilsson hat die Plain Kennwörter mal etwas analysiert.

Und was fällt euch dabei auf? 😉

Total entries = 442773
Total unique entries = 342478

Top 10 passwords
123456 = 1666 (0.38%)
password = 780 (0.18%)
welcome = 436 (0.1%)
ninja = 333 (0.08%)
abc123 = 250 (0.06%)
123456789 = 222 (0.05%)
12345678 = 208 (0.05%)
sunshine = 205 (0.05%)
princess = 202 (0.05%)
qwerty = 172 (0.04%)

Top 10 base words
password = 1373 (0.31%)
welcome = 534 (0.12%)
qwerty = 464 (0.1%)
monkey = 430 (0.1%)
jesus = 429 (0.1%)
love = 421 (0.1%)
money = 407 (0.09%)
freedom = 385 (0.09%)
ninja = 380 (0.09%)
writer = 367 (0.08%)

Password length (length ordered)
1 = 117 (0.03%)
2 = 70 (0.02%)
3 = 302 (0.07%)
4 = 2748 (0.62%)
5 = 5323 (1.2%)
6 = 79610 (17.98%)
7 = 65598 (14.82%)
8 = 119125 (26.9%)
9 = 65955 (14.9%)
10 = 54756 (12.37%)
11 = 21219 (4.79%)
12 = 21728 (4.91%)

Trauig aber wahr – die Welt schafft es nicht einmal, sichere Kennwörter zu verwenden.
//via boingboing.

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