The Magazine of The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America


‘Jesus’ can be hacked

Be warned, Lutherans: While Jesus is the way, the truth and the life, his name is not a good choice for Internet security. “Jesus” is one of the 25 most hacked passwords on the Internet, according to SplashData. The Lord’s name is as easily cracked as “password,” “123456,” “12345678” and “ninja.” SplashData warns against using the same password for entertainment, email, social networking and financial services. If your faith affects your password, you’re advised to use longer passwords that make sense only to you, with mixed characters.


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