One in three people spying on partner’s emails

Cheating People

spiarepcpartnerFailure log-out, weak passwords, but above all small monitoring tools. This is what facilitates the control of e-mail of the partner. According to a Google search, carried out on a sample of 2,000 people, one in three people have peeked at least once in the e-mail of the partner. Mail, documents and informations are often under the magnifying glass of partners suspicious.

The lack of password security is one of the “help” to get access to the partner’s cyber world. It appears that 10% of users choose the name of his dog or cat for password, while 8% use the word “password”. 6% of people leave the password pinned on a post-it next to the PC, 13% claim to be entered in an account of others, guessing the password, taking advantage of the failure to log out from a session or with monitoring tools. Among these, a…

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