Bitwarden surveyed 2,400 individuals from the US, UK, Australia, France, Germany, and Japan to investigate current user password practices. The survey shows that 25% of respondents globally reuse passwords across 11-20+ accounts, and 36% admit to using personal information in their credentials publicly accessible on social media (60%) platforms and online forums (30%). These practices reveal a significant gap between recommended security practices and actual user behavior, highlighting how weak password habits and password reuse … More

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