Lazy Brits putting their security at risk by never changing passwords

Lazy Brits putting their security at risk by never changing passwords
 

0 Have your say Lazy Brits are still using weak passwords over the internet despite recent scares over online security, new research has found.
Nearly 20 per cent of adults polled confessed they never change their passwords, with 15 per cent saying they only did once every two years.
A staggering eight per cent of 2,000 Brits polled admitted to using their own name as their password with 14 per cent using their pet's name.
The study, commissioned by gadget insurance provider Row.co.uk, also found that 16 per cent admitted to using the same password for every account.
More than half of those... read more

 
3 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 23
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