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“Mustang” Considered 16th Most Common Password On Internet

When you are considering the newest password to your Facebook page, you should probably make sure that it’s not “Mustang”.

As one of the most popular cars ever built, it’s easy to see why people want to draw inspiration from the Ford Mustang when they are looking to protect their private accounts. It turns out, though, that this password is the sixteenth most common password on the internet in 2014, making it one of the least secure passwords possible.

The Ford Mustang Shelby GT350R  would not be a most common password“We’re flattered people want to use ‘mustang’ as their password, but alone, it just isn’t strong enough to be secure,” said Keith Moss, Ford Director of Cyber Security. “We encourage people to use ‘mustang,’ but we recommend they strengthen their password by mixing upper and lower case letters, numbers, acronyms, and symbols to make it unique.”

The “Mustang” password was the only car moniker to be in SplashData’s list of Top25 most common passwords. It managed to beat out both “Batman,” which was 24th, and “Superman,” which was 21st.

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