Shock and surprise! The most common password in use at Gawker -- revealed after Sunday's açai berry hack attack
-- was "123456." But, at least the second most common password was a pretty smart one, right? Oh, no -- "password" isn't that smart of a password. Check out the Wall Street Journal
to see what the other cyber-security geniuses and razor-tongued wordsmiths over at Gawker were using to protect their precious commenters' accounts. Full list after the break.
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