Relying on Jesus for computer and network security will not protect you

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Relying on Jesus for computer security will not protect you

Relying on Jesus for computer and network security will not protect you

I bet that title got your attention!

But according to a list of passwords examined, “Jesus” will not protect you, as it is on SplashData’s list of password’s that are considered unsafe due to the sheer usage of them. Obviously, “password” is the worst, followed by “123456” and “12345678”.

I stole the following list of passwords from SplashData from the original article on cnet:

1. password (unchanged)
2. 123456 (unchanged)
3. 12345678 (unchanged)
4. abc123 (up 1)
5. qwerty (down 1)
6. monkey (unchanged)
7. letmein (up 1)
8. dragon (up 2)
9. 111111 (up 3)
10. bassball (up 1)
11. iloveyou (up 2)
12. trustno1 (down 3)
13. 1234567 (down 6)
14. sunshine (up 1)
15. master (down 1)
16. 123123 (up 4)
17. welcome (new)
18. shadow (up 1)
19. ashley (down 3)
20. football (up 5)
21. Jesus (new)
22. michael (up 2)
23. ninja (new)
24. mustang (new)
25. password1 (new)

If you are using any variation of these, we need to talk!  Honestly, if you are using simple passwords of this nature at all, then please call us at 864-990-4748 or use our contact form on the www.HomelandSecureIT.com website.

Business owners and those in IT departments of businesses in the Upstate / Greenville area of South Carolina can call us to schedule an evaluation of their computer and network security. We can help you secure your network, enforce user password strength and much more.  Please call us today and let’s take care of IT!

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