Passwords have become central to our lives. They are the keys that open the front door to our digital world, from our bank accounts to our communication accounts, our entertainment accounts to our social accounts.
While cyber breaches have increased by 75% in the last two years, Verizon reported 81% were linked to weak, reused or stolen passwords in 2017. It can go like this: a social site, hotel server, telecom service gets breached, or company staff falls victim of a phishing attack. With credentials like name, login and password, hackers can now try combinations or variations from records easily found on the dark web,