You nailed it – that was the correct answer!
Sequential numbers are so common that thieves can break into an account with that kind of password in less than a second!
In fact, there are more than 2.5 million people using 123456 as their password and that password has been exposed more than 23 million times by hackers.
So THAT is the first of the “Password DO NOTs:”
Do not use sequential numbers or letters.
For example, do NOT use 123456, qwerty, jklmopq, 456789, or anything “sequential” for your password.
To see the NEXT “Password DO NOT,” tap the BETTER password below.