Dashlane names the password ‘worst offenders’ of 2020

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This year more than ever we’ve all been spending large amounts of time online and that often means relying on passwords to access systems and sites.

According to password management app company Dashlane the average internet user has over 200 digital accounts that require passwords, and that figure is projected to double in the next five years.

It has published its annual Worst Password Offenders list, looking at the biggest password mistakes of the year, which serves as an annual reminder of how easy it is to slip up, even when we think we’re protected.