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PROTECT YOURSELF: Most Common Passwords; Do You Use Any Of These?

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KHQ.COM - We all know that passwords protect our personal accounts and information. However it's important to make sure that your password is unique and difficult to prevent people and software programs from figuring it out.

We found 28 of the most common passwords that you should NOT be using. View the slideshow above. Mobile users can view the slideshow here: http://tinyurl.com/lsm4oqn

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