Lifehacker – Time and again we’ve been reminded that we, as a society, pretty much suck at choosing passwords. It doesn’t help that companies allow weak passwords to be created and have poor policies. Dashlane reports on how the top 100 online sites fare when it comes to ensuring secure passwords.
The ranking is based on which sites require: password length of at least 8 characters; a mix of letters, numbers, and symbols; blocked account access after four failed login attempts; and password advice and strength meters. Dashlane also evaluated the sites based on things like accepting “password” as a password and whether they send password change confirmation emails.P