We are always comes in ambiguity when we have to luck our account with some password. And prefers to go with a simple short password, which should be on last edge of our tongue. As it complicated to maintain such a big password, people always go for small later passwords, which lead to hack their account. Doe to same reason, LinkedIn- Social networking website popular much among intellectuals- was in trouble from June 7 when news had flashed for the password hacking issues. 6.46 million Passwords were stolen from the LinkedIn social network main database. And 1, 65,000 hashes already cracked. This had created a big question on LinkedIn securities issues by both LinkedIn users and LinkedIn corp.
An Infographic, by Rappid7, has described the scenarios behind the LinkedIn Password hacking issues. According to the Infographic short and small easy memorable Passwords get hacked most frequently. The top ten hacked passwords were belonging to almost 5 lettered words, which made a complete sense. Some time people used long, conjugate numbers, unsocial or funky words, which terms as a bad password. And hackers were loved to add these bad passwords as their recipes.