With weak passwords continuing, blame turns to security pros
Source: CSO Online - Posted by Pooja Shah   
Intrusion Detection "Jesus" was among the new entries in SplashData's annual list of worst passwords used on the Internet, as people apparently looked toward a higher authority to protect them against hackers. Other equally unsafe passwords that made their debut Wednesday on the top 25 list of 2012 were ninja, mustang, and password1. Unchanged from last year in the top three slots were password, 123456, and 12345678, respectively. Rounding out the top 10 passwords were abc123, qwerty, monkey, letmein, dragon, 111111 and baseball.

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