Microsoft And Google Bans To Use The '12345', 'Password' And Other Lame Passwords As A Password

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The Microsoft and Google will no longer allow the users to use the '12345', 'password' and other lame passwords as your password.

According to an information, the known systems will no longer accept these password to enter the online world. This was after the Microsoft has banned the basic passwords.

This was announced that the Microsoft will bans the '12345' and other lame passwords. This is action is to help the users from abusive works of Cybercriminals that used commonly passwords to force their way into accounts.

The director of program management Alex Simons wrote in the blog the confirmation of this report.

What we do with the data is prevent you from having a password anywhere near the current attack list, so those attacks won’t work,” he wrote.

The company wrote in a technical blog, noticed by online news site Mashable, that it will ban users from setting up some of the most commonly used passwords.

This is a way to give security for all the users. The company announces that If users try to set up an account with many of the passwords found on the annual Worst Passwords List put together by SplashData, Microsoft will show a red warning that says, “Choose a password that’s harder for people to guess.”

The company aimed to protect the security access of the users. So they will be released an information about the passwords that are being dynamically banned across Microsoft services (including Outlook, Skype, Xbox and more) are pulled from the annual "Worst Password List" by SplashData.

According to the blog, Microsoft's active directory service Azure AD will be banning the same passwords soon.

The Microsoft company wants you to stop using your lame passwords and to change it to a golden and new one.

According to the blog, Microsoft's active directory service Azure AD will be banning the same passwords soon.

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