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If your password is 12345, throw away the computer. You don't deserve the Internet.
In this CNET Update, we look at SplashData's annual list of the worst passwords -- or shall we say, the most common passwords compiled out of more than 3 million leaked passwords from data breaches. But I suppose passwords won't matter in a few years when we're scanning our face to log into Facebook.
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