Password Managers are your Saviour
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I just hope these are not your passwords.
Using the same or weak password for multiple accounts is a security risk because it means that if one of your accounts is compromised, all of your other accounts are at risk as well. If someone is able to obtain your password for one account, they can potentially use that same password to gain access to your other accounts.
Looking for a solution?
Then, solution you shall have.
A password manager (such as bitwarden.com or 1password.com) is a programme that assists you in creating and storing strong, unique passwords for all of your online accounts.When you use a password manager, you only need to remember a single master password, which unlocks access to all of your other passwords.
It's also a good idea to enable two-factor authentication (2FA) on your accounts whenever possible, as this can provide an additional layer of protection. 2FA can be configured as a text message on your number or through applications like Aegis (getaegis.app).
We see the top 10 most used passwords between 2019 and 2022 (in India) as follows:
Don't take chances with your password security. Invest in a password manager and protect your online accounts from being hacked.