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2014年度最差密码榜单公布,快来看看你中枪了没?!
作者:21ST   来源:21mr007娱乐原创    日期: 2015-01-30

2014年度最差密码榜单公布,快来看看你中枪了没?!

2015-01-29 21ST 21世纪英文报
      微信、微博、QQ、支付宝……在如今高度信息化的时代里,每天我们的生活都会有一个重复的过程:输入密码。你设置的密码是怎样的?不会还在用123456吧?想不想知道,老外都喜欢用哪些词做密码?近日,国外安全服务机构SplashData根据被黑帐户数据统计得出的结果,公布了2014年度最差密码榜单。Password、qwerty、baseball、dragon……纷纷上榜!还不快来看看你是否也中枪了?         马上学:    英文中,hacker(黑客)指专门研究、发现计算机和网络漏洞的计算机爱好者。“黑客攻击”可以用hacking attacks表示。“电脑被黑了”则可以说“A computer has been hacked.”此外,hack用作不及物动词时,还可以和into连用。例句:Someone hacked into my e-mail account. (有人非法闯入了我的电邮。)     
   年度最差密码
      SplashData公司分析了去年在网上泄露的300万个密码,发现最容易被盗的是“123456”,其次是“password”(密码)。是不是分外眼熟?对了,这两个密码在前一年的排行榜中也位居前二。也是被老外们的懒癌震惊了,年年提醒你咋就是不换呢?!         Password management firm SplashData released its annual list of the worst passwords of the year and it's just as dreadful as you'd think. The company, which analyzed the 3 million passwords leaked online last year, revealed that the most common leaked password in 2014 was "123456," followed by "password" — both topped the list last year, too.     
   哪些密码更容易“被黑”?
      到底哪些密码更容易被黑客入侵呢?显然,密码越简单,就越不安全。数字序列一直以来都是最常见也是最危险的密码组合,不过从今年的榜单来看,运动名词,比如“baseball”、“football”等使用率也是很高呐!还有用户们喜爱的运动队的名字也是中枪不少,例如“yankees”、“eagles”、“steelers”、“rangers”和“lakers”都在前100名。外国的小伙伴们还真是热爱运动啊……         Of course, the more common a password is the higher the chances a hacker can get into personal accounts, like email and banking. While number sequences were as popular as ever, sports terms like "baseball" and "football" were used more often, as well as words related to favorite sports teams — “yankees,” “eagles,” “steelers,” “rangers” and “lakers” all made the top 100.     
   你的密码包含年份姓名了吗?
      高危密码里出生年份也是很常见,特别是1989、1990、1991和1992,由此可见年轻人还是网民主力军哇。许多常用名如“Michael”、“Jennifer”、“Michelle”和“Hunter”等也出现在了2014年最差密码的前100名。         Birthday years were common too (especially 1989, 1990, 1991 and 1992) and names like "Michael," "Jennifer," "Michelle" and "Hunter" are also among the top 100 worst passwords of 2014.     
   看看榜单你中枪了没?
      下面是年度最差密码前20名!赶紧看看你爱用的密码是不是榜上有名。    Here's a look at the top 20 passwords of the year:    1. 123456    2. password    3. 12345    4. 12345678    5. qwerty    6. 234567890    7. 1234    8. baseball    9. dragon    10. football    11. 1234567    12. monkey    13. letmein    14. abc123    15. 111111    16. mustang    17. access    18. shadow    19. master    20. michael     
   设置密码的窍门走起!
      想到去年的好莱坞“艳照门”事件,安全系数低的密码实在是隐患无穷啊!而且黑客们的业务水平也是与时俱进的很,你造吗?过去一度被认为是明智的密码设法,比如用符号、大写,以及用数字“3”代替字母“e”等如今也不安全啦。专家的建议是首先密码应该达到14位,并且要避免包含个人信息,例如你的生日和最喜欢的颜色。数字和符号应该插在密码中的不同位置,而不是只加在最后。选词语组合的时候要选意思不相关的,例如“catfoldersspaceshuttle”,而不应该选“icameisawiconquered”。         This year's worst passwords are painfully weak, but what were once considered clever password strategies — using symbols, capitalizations, the number 3 in place of the letter "e" — are old tricks. A tip to remember is that passwords should be 14 characters long and you should avoid words with personal information, like your birthday and favorite color. Scatter numbers and symbols throughout your password (don't just tack them onto the end) and pick word combinations that aren't related (e.g. something like "catfoldersspaceshuttle" and not “icameisawiconquered").     
   一把钥匙配一把锁
      设置了一个复杂安全的密码也并不是就一劳永逸了,专家建议用户给每个帐户都设一个不同的密码,因为你不会用一把钥匙去开所有的锁,密码也是一样。世纪君表示,原来设置密码这么有学问啊,学两招用来“防身”总是好滴~         As a refresher, it's now recommended to pick a different password for each account you use — you wouldn't use the same key in all of your locks, and the same goes for passwords.     
   大公司们出新招
      如果你实在不是一个想象丰富,创意满满的人,那就只能指望着……遇到个好“婆家”了!Gmail、Facebook、Twitter和Apple等公司现在通过提供双因素认证来保护自己的客户不受黑客攻击,就像晚上给门上两把锁一样。每次登录时,他们都会向你的手机上发送验证码,每次登录时的验证码都不同,因此黑客如果想要入侵你的帐户,就必须拿到你的智能手机。这招应该挺灵的吧~         Companies like Gmail, Facebook, Twitter and Apple are now trying to make hacking more difficult on their services by offering two-factor authentication, which is basically like double locking your door at night. Each time you want to log into that account, the company will send a code to your phone — it changes after each login attempt, so hackers would have to be in physical possession of your smartphone to know the code.      原创文章,未经许可不得转载。  




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