With 88% males and 12% females watching, I can only speculate why red-headed women seem to have better (longer) passwords on average then men. 146 countries/territories have been watching, even from countries far away like Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Mongolia, Uganda and South Sudan.
While Windows is the most popular platform for viewing these videos, I'm a bit surprised to see Android in second position, well ahead of Mac, Linux & iOS. But hey, there are viewers out there using Nintendo Wii! :-)
So without further ado, here are the TOP 5 PasswordsCon Videos:
Number 5:Advanced Password Cracking: Hashcat Techniques for the Last 20%
Jens Steube (atom, author of Hashcat), Passwordscon in Las Vegas, July 30-31, 2013.
Number 4:Energy-efficient bcrypt cracking
Katja Malvoni, PasswordsCon in Bergen, December 2013
Number 3:Passwords^12 - Exploiting a SHA-1 weakness in password cracking
Jens Steube (atom, author of Hashcat), Passwordscon in Oslo, December, 2012.
Number 2:Password Cracking, From "abc123" to "thereisnofatebutwhatwemake"
Joshua Dustin and Kevin Young, Passwordscon in Las Vegas, July 30-31, 2013.
Number 1:Password Cracking HPC
Jeremi Gsoney, PasswordsCon in Bergen, December 2012.
Congrats Jeremi! :-)