Jimmy Kimmel convinces people to give up their passwords on national televisionBy Shawn Knight 18 comments
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You'd think that with the rising number of data breaches that have taken place as of late, the idea of creating a strong password - and not sharing it with others - would be paramount. Yeah, not so much.
Not only are people not getting the message, they're apparently gullible enough to reveal their passwords to the world on national television.
As you'll in this Jimmy Kimmel sketch that aired the other night, extracting passwords from the general public is as easy as stealing candy from a baby. And most of the time, the victim didn't even realize they'd just given up their password.
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