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Password Users! Do You Know The Psychology Behind The Password Users?

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Last updated on April 4, 2015

 Do You Want To Know The Psychology Behind The Password Users?

headerimg“PASSWORD” is the key word to all internet users!!!

Here is an informative and interesting post about this wonderful word called “Password”.

In fact Wpengine’s this post reveals some of the secrets of password users…

“A lot is known about passwords. Most are short, simple, and pretty easy to crack. But much less is known about the psychological reasons a person chooses a specific password. We’ve analyzed the password choices of 10 million people, from CEOs to scientists, to find out what they reveal about the things we consider easy to remember and hard to guess…”

“Passwords are so often easy to guess because many of us think of obvious words and numbers and combine them in simple ways. We wanted to explore this concept and, in doing so, see what we could find out about how a person’s mind works when he or she arranges words, numbers, and (hopefully) symbols into a (probably not very) unique order.”   

To Read on please click on the link below:

Unmasked: What 10 million passwords reveal about the people who choose them



Source: Wpengine

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  1. Most of my passwords are pretty random, in that they don’t follow a pattern anybody is likely to guess.

    April 2, 2015
    • Hi David,
      Thanks for the kind visit and valuable feedback.
      Have a great weekend
      Season’s Greetings. :-)
      ~ Philip & Associates

      April 4, 2015
  2. Password is meant to be difficult to hack. However, remembering passwords with figures like “#$%^=&” is logically difficult to keep in mind. A reason why people use their birth dates or names to make things easy. To wrap it up, the article is short but interesting. Thanks for the share.

    I must say we should create a strong password to secure our accounts.

    April 4, 2015
    • Hi Metz,

      Nice to hear from you again. :-)

      Thanks for the comment here as well as at
      Hey Metz, pl. do click on the link placed at the bottom of the
      article you can reach to the original page, it is indeed a
      long article with lot of references and graphics logos etc.
      looks like you did not visited the original page written by

      Thanks Mitz for your kind visit

      Have a great weekend

      Season’s Greetings! :-)

      ~ Philip & Associates

      April 4, 2015

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