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05 May 2022 Chanj Grewal

World Password Day

At Venari Security our sole purpose is to make the encrypted world more secure and compliant and today marks the ninth anniversary of World Password Day. For more than 60 years we have relied on passwords to secure our personal and professional accounts, and to act as the thin layer of protection between our digital identities and cyber criminals.That’s a lot of responsibility to put on a series of numbers and letters that are likely being reused across multiple services.

In honour of this year’s World Password Day, it’s time to put your passwords to the test.Please find 2 minutes in your day to review the most common (and therefore most vulnerable) passwords in use. If you recognise one as yours, take another 2 minutes to change it.

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