Password rage is all the... erm... rage
The main problem seems to be having to remember all the different passwords we've got for things (shout out to those who have the same password for everything, especially if it is the word 'password'), with a quarter saying that they forget their password at least once a day. Think that's bad? 5% confessed to forgetting it all the time!
In addition to that, 1 in 6 said that their password problems cause disruption in the office, because they're forever screaming and yelling at their devices. Some people manage to cry and slam doors about it all too, according to the report.
"We’ve all heard of road rage and air rage, but now there’s a new one on the block – password rage," says Barry Scott, Centrify CTO EMEA at Centrify. "As if we don’t have enough frustrations in our lives, passwords are an added irritant, but also an essential part of what we need in order to access online accounts and applications both at work and in our personal lives."
Out of those surveyed, 42% create at least one new online account profile every week and 14% say they'll have over 100 passwords to deal with in the next five years.
One thing you could try is to have the password from the photo above, obviously. Don't forget to send us all your confidential details and URLs too.