Most common and worst Password of 2015-2016.

S Sharif

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15 Responses

  1. rony says:

    very cool..thanks for this

  2. Medford says:

    We need more ingshits like this in this thread.

  3. Eldora says:

    I will be putting this danzlizg insight to good use in no time.

  4. Topher says:

    Yours is a clever way of thiinnkg about it.

  5. Era says:

    Ohh my God, I was using one of these password in my twitter account. Thanks a lot 😘

  6. Hashmat says:

    I would be better if you will provide the sharing option for the most favorite messaging platform “WhatsApp”.

    • S Sharif says:

      Hi Hashmat,
      Thanks for nice this suggestion. We are always keen to full fill requirements of our users.
      In next version, we will add this functionality.

    • S Sharif says:

      We added WhatsApp sharing feature, it will show only on mobile phones and tablets.
      Thanks again for suggestions.

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