Is your password the name or your ex-lover or your favorite color or you animal’s name? If you do, I think today is the right time to change your password. With cyber hacking being so popular, we need to be extra cautious about our security. Passwords like, 12345678 or iloveyou are easily detectable and are one of the most famous passwords across the world.
Password say is celebrated on the first Thursday of every May and it is a subtle way to remind everyone about the importance of a good password. But twitter took this to another level and is telling people to be aware in its own humorous ways. Have a look.
— Payal Bhagtani (@BhagtaniPayal) May 2, 2019
Don’t press the snooze button when it comes to creating new passwords. This #WorldPasswordDay, set aside some time to create strong passwords for each of your accounts! #Gosafeonline pic.twitter.com/9mCmUHcgQX
— Gosafeonline SG (@gosafeonline) May 2, 2019
Follow your 💚…unless you're updating your password! Learn from these password fails and take a minute to update your credentials on #WorldPasswordDay: https://t.co/OB6IdDTu5Y pic.twitter.com/zP3X06uqQo
— Thycotic (@Thycotic) April 30, 2019
— Veg Platter (@VegPlatter) May 2, 2019
Did you know that it’s #WorldPasswordDay? What a great reminder to update your passwords to keep your #SmallBiz safe & secure 🔒 For security tips, visit https://t.co/0tTr379QMr pic.twitter.com/OoVy01rvWo
— Deborah Jenkins (@ATOSmallbizExec) May 1, 2019
Take a few moments to reflect on the importance that strong & separate passwords make to our Email, Social media, Mobile, Banking accounts etc.
Not made recent changes to make / change your passwords? then todays the day https://t.co/Azrr585SMF #cyberprotect pic.twitter.com/KQMAMcYU2q
— TVP Cyber and Fraud (@TVPCyber_Fraud) May 2, 2019
People are also helping people construct their password in a unique way, they are putting up ways to make your password hacker proof.
— Cable ONE (@cableONE) April 30, 2019
— U.S. Army (@USArmy) May 2, 2019
— Express Technology (@ExpressTechie) May 2, 2019
— Excelsior Research (@ExrResearch) May 2, 2019