A company called CynoSure Prime combed through all the leaked Ashley Madison information to find a little piece of gold: users' passwords!! And as you'd expect, there are some really good/depressing/funny/weird ones in the list.
The passwords are mostly random, user-specific stuff (let's hope nobody just used "password1234" to log in!), but there are certainly some… um… interesting ones.
And they tell you a lot about the people who chose them!
Let's go to the list:
Those that think adding a few more words to the word password makes it harder to crack:
Those that are having doubts about using the site:
Those that are in denial:
Those who think this is a dating site:
Those who trusted Ashley Madison to help them deceive their spouses:
Those that might have figured out what the site was really doing:
Those that couldn't think of anything good:
Those that were NSFW but honest:
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