Think your password is fine? You'd better check this list to be sure, reports the Huffington Post. Password management app maker SplashData has released its list of the 25 worst passwords of 2011. These are the passwords that get hacked the most frequently, based on SplashData's study of millions of stolen passwords that have been posted online by hackers. Many of the worst offenders are sequential numbers ("123456") or sequential keyboard keys ("qwerty") or password-related words like "password" or "letmein." According to SplashData CEO Morgan Slain, who was quoted on Mashable, "Even though people are encouraged to select...

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