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Most people say they can easily hack their partner's password

After reading this new survey, it may be time to change your password.

In collaboration with OnePoll and Prove, he surveyed 2,000 people about their password habits and found that the average scumbag was critical in just five of his attempts. It turns out that they think they can break into someone else's phone.

Respondents themselves said they have four go-to passwords, and 31% said these security codes were actually just different variations of the same thing, with punctuation and numbers have been added.

Still, 79% have 6 or fewer of her major passwords.

Participants may have the patience to sit down and try to crack the passwords of their loved ones, but they don't have the same patience for their own accounts. Hmm. The average person gives up logging into their account after only her three failed password attempts.

Average respondents no longer need to use it again (46%), lost interest in the service (43%), or forgot their password (39%).

Survey respondents said they have four go-to passwords, with 31% admitting that those security codes are actually just different variations of the same thing, but with additional punctuation or numbers.
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On average, respondents took about 33 seconds to create They believe they create new accounts online, but almost half (45%) limit them to 30 seconds or less.

"As a consumer, I have experienced how annoying passwords and two-factor security can be, because the Internet was not built with security in mind. If you enter your password incorrectly a few times, you can be locked out." You'll be out and you'll spend 20 minutes working with a call center representative to resolve the issue. Prove & Founder and CEO Rodger Desai said:

“Companies that remove the friction caused by outdated security and modernize their digital channels will capture all market share. “In our view, the winners of the digital economy will be those who kill passwords,” he continued.