The “Worse Passwords Chart” of 2015

Here are the worse passwords of 2015, with the positions as in a real music chart. Looks like I’m a DJ …. 🙂

1. 123456 (Unchanged)
2. password (Unchanged)
3. 12345678 (Up 1)
4. qwerty (Up 1)
5. 12345 (Down 2)
6. 123456789 (Unchanged)
7. football (Up 3)
8. 1234 (Down 1)
9. 1234567 (Up 2)
10. baseball (Down 2)
11. welcome (New)
12. 1234567890 (New)
13. abc123 (Up 1)
14. 111111 (Up 1)
15. 1qaz2wsx (New)
16. dragon (Down 7)
17. master (Up 2)
18. monkey (Down 6)
19. letmein (Down 6)
20. login (New)
21. princess (New)
22. qwertyuiop (New)
23. solo (New)
24. passw0rd (New)
25. starwars (New)

Please note the introduction of starwars, Seems that the movie did its job 🙂

If you’re a sysadmin and sick of being a potential target due to your users, please consider my free project or the commercial project SecurePass.

Interview with HP on multi-cloud and

On October 29th I was interviewed by HP on multi-cloud during the 6th episode of “Two Protons and a Cloud“.

We went through how much cloud is being adopted in enterprises and what are the challenges. We explored what is multi-cloud and why enterprises are looking to multi-cloud and the advantages of embracing such architectures. Also covered security and my project to address identity management across multiple and hybrid clouds. Enjoy the video!

Interviewed on Swiss National Television

RSIXScreenX1 The TV show Falò from the Swiss National Television reports on Swiss-related news.  On October 2015, the national television investigated on the migration of people from the Swiss-italian part Ticino, to Zurich.

During this report, I was interviewed as a “success story” of migration and shows my success in Zürich with RackSpace and HP. If you understand italian, you can watch it here:—Dipendenze-digitali-6149179.html