Quality of Password Strength and MFA Adoption Improves

Dan Raywood

Only 4% of common passwords would meet with official requirements on strength, new research from Okta has revealed.

According to Okta’s global Businesses @ Work report, its requirement of a minimum of eight characters, at least one lowercase letter, one uppercase letter and a number, would only fit with the small percentage of passwords it surveyed from a list of publicly-exposed details. That list also showed that 49.5% used at least eight characters.

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