(PRWEB) August 04, 2013
According to a report published by networkworld on May 01st 2013 (http://www.networkworld.com/news/2013/050813-welcome-sign-for-hijackers-on-269545.html), about 60 percent of living social members reuse their passwords, cites a report by a password manager software maker Dashlane, the typical internet surfer reuses the same password at an average of 49 websites.
The report warns that once a hacker cracks a batch of passwords they will visit a number of sensitive websites, banks, healthcare providers and such and perform an automated attack feeding the passwords into the login screens until they hit paydirt.
Nishant Mani Dashlane Marketing vice president is quoted as saying “the problem with the breach is not that your living social password got out there on the web, it’s that the same password, along with the same login ID, which most people seem to use on many sites, is now out there.”
He continues,” Because we as a population keep reusing passwords, we make it incredibly easy for them.”
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