[SecurityWeek] Superhero Passwords Pose Serious Risk to Personal, Enterprise Accounts

Superheroes may be able to save everyone in a fantasy world, but they can’t keep online accounts secure in the digital era, Mozilla warns.

With hundreds of thousands of occurrences in breach datasets, superhero passwords aren’t a strong account protection method, even when the real identities of superheroes are used instead.

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