Many users still continue to set passwords like “qwerty” or “123456”, and sometimes even “admin”. Maybe these people are not worried about protecting some data, or maybe they just don’t know that they need to be protected. In any case, such options are still fairly common.
But experts called another popular password, and it consists … of nothing. As it turned out, many users simply put a few spaces in the password field, and this happens. According to the Avira study, attacks on accounts that are “protected” by blank passwords account for 25.6% of all attacks.