Some things never change. You’d think that with all the focus on web security, people might take the slightest precaution to keep their online activity private. Maybe there are more people suffering from Paula Poundstone’s password troubles than we’d like to believe.

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Alas, “123456″ and “password” topped SplashData’s Worst Passwords of 2015 list for the fifth time in as many years. This year’s list featured several clever variations on those tried-and-true classics, such as “12345678″ and “passw0rd”.

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