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2015 Worst Passwords List

January 1, 2016 by Jason Harris

SplashData has  released its list of the 25 worst passwords of 2015.

This data is compiled from a list of over 2 million passwords that were leaked in various hacks throughout the year.

Make sure your password is not on this list, and it might be time to think about using password management software to keep your passwords secure.

Top 25 List

  1. 123456
  2. password
  3. 12345678
  4. qwerty
  5. 12345
  6. 123456789
  7. football
  8. 1234
  9. 1234567
  10. baseball
  11. welcome
  12. 1234567890
  13. abc123
  14. 111111
  15. 1qaz2wsx
  16. dragon
  17. master
  18. monkey
  19. letmein
  20. login
  21. princess
  22. qwertyuiop
  23. solo
  24. passw0rd
  25. starwars

more information here

Waterproof, dust-proof and vibration-proof USB flash drive – $25

December 23, 2015 by Jason Harris

I have a limited stock of 16gb flash drives.

They are about one quarter the size of standard drives and can easily fit in your pocket or on a key ring.

These are very durable:

  • stainless steel case
  • water-proof
  • dust-proof
  • vibration-proof

$25 each, pick-up in Jurien Bay. Please call ahead - 9652 2782.

Another scam email doing the rounds

December 12, 2015 by Jason Harris

It seems scammers will try anything to get you to click on their attachment in an email, even pretending to be the good guys.

CryptoWall Project is not malicious and is not intended to harm a person and his/her information data. The project is conducted for the sole purpose of instruction in the field of information security, as well as certification of antivirus products for their suitability for data protection. Together we make the Internet a better and safer place.

Nothing could be further from the truth.


Keep your anti-virus turned on and up to date.

Contact me if you want advice about specific protection against these crypto threats.

Beware of fake plane tickets hoax on Facebook

November 7, 2015 by Jason Harris

You know when its too good to be true...

A fake giveaway is circulating on Facebook, offering free tickets to British Airways or Emirates flights. The scam spreads through the same link, shared in News Feeds.

More info: http://www.hotforsecurity.com/blog/beware-of-fake-plane-tickets-hoax-on-facebook-12934.html