The 6 Passwords You Clearly Shouldn't Use Based On The Gawker Password Hacks

Gawker Media continues to recover from a bad week after being forced to admit that its most popular sites like Gizmodo, Gawker and Lifehacker were left open to hackers who tapped into the usernames, email addresses and passwords of more than one million registered users. Now there's news that the sites' dedicated, and typically web-savvy, users are surprisingly not online privacy-savvy, or maybe just careless.

Gawker Media continues to recover from a bad week after being forced to admit that its most popular sites like Gizmodo, Gawker and Lifehacker were left open to hackers who tapped into the usernames, email addresses and passwords of more than one million registered users. Now there’s news that the sites’ dedicated, and typically web-savvy, users are surprisingly not online privacy-savvy, or maybe just careless.