Well, Sunday night’s hacker group made short work of Gawker, exposing some of the site’s source code, hijacking Twitter accounts, and generally allowing the Gawker leadership to make fools of themselves. But if the intelligence of the publication can be measured as a function of its readership, looks like they were in trouble all along. Start your password spring cleaning, everyone. Similar passwords to those above, though less common, are no more difficult to crack! (infographic via WSJ Blog)
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