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‘Batman’ Among The Most Common Passwords, New Report Finds

By on January 22nd, 2015

As more Americans turn to the Internet for everyday tasks, cyber security has become a major issue. Many use simple, easily remembered passwords such as ‘123456.’ These basic phrases make it easier for hackers to attack personal email, bank and credit card accounts.


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