Rather than pepper the paperback edition of the book with ugly looking URLs, we have provided links here to all of the external content and research referenced in the book. You'll also find the same links in the e-book editions.

  1. 65 million Tumblr passwords stolen and up for sale
  2. 7 Must-Know-Now Tips For Creating Secure Passwords
  3. A brief Sony password analysis
  4. Adobe patches actively exploited Flash Player vulnerability in 24 flaw fix
  5. Approximate number of internet users
  6. Beyond Password Length and Complexity
  7. Consumer Password Worst Practices
  8. Cross-site Password Analysis
  9. Everyone's router's admin password
  10. FBI–Apple encryption dispute
  11. Global Cost of Cyber Attacks
  12. have i been pwned?
  13. How effective is a straight dictionary attack?
  14. IN THE SPOTLIGHT - Identity Theft - Facts and Figures
  15. MySpace Data Hack: 5 Fast Facts You Need To Know
  16. NatWest online banking flaw enables hackers to drain bank accounts by stealing your smartphone
  17. One in five cyber crime victims believe hackers targeted them specifically
  18. Online Americans Fatigued by Password Overload
  19. online WPA cracker and hash bruteforcer for WiFi
  20. Password Policy Defined
  21. Password Statistics: The Bad, the Worse and the Ugly
  22. PINs, passwords and human memory
  23. Ransomware That Steals Email Accounts Is Spreading Through Fake Electricity Bills
  24. SIM swap fraud: The multi-million pound security issue that UK banks won't talk about
  25. Symantec 2016 Internet Security Threat Report
  26. The Birthday Problem
  27. The latest number plates banned by the DVLA
  28. The memorability and security of passwords - some empirical results
  29. The most common word selections in 10 million passwords
  30. The Tangled Web of Password Reuse
  31. These 5 Facts Explain the Threat of Cyber Warfare
  32. World's Biggest Data Breaches
  33. zxcvbn: realistic password strength estimation