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SSF: Dick

In Sweden, cybercrime is at an increase with hundreds of thousands falling victim every year. One of the easiest ways to prevent cyber crime is to have a strong password, and you'd think people would do all they can to protect themselves online. Well, it's actually quite the opposite. At least in Sweden. According to a report where Internetstiftelsen (The Swedish Internet Foundation) analyzed leaked passwords, people have really crappy passwords. For example, the most common password in Sweden is “123456". Other passwords in the top 25 list include "mom" (mamma), "fucking" (knulla) and "dick" (kuken). It seems Swedes tend to choose dirty and unsafe passwords. SSF (one of Sweden's largest internet security organizations) used some of these weak yet very common passwords and created an outdoor campaign highlighting the lack of strong passwords in Sweden, and how you could easily get a new one that will actually protect you from cybercrime.
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