This might make those of advanced years feel a little smug.
Which, those in their 20s who are desperate to find a job and pay off student loans might say, the over-55s have been for at least 20 years.
This new source of smugness, however, comes from research at the University of Cambridge. For it showed that the password strength of Yahoo accounts belonging to the over-55s was twice that of, say, teens.
The New Scientist passes this information along and offers that the researchers concluded that most people have weak passwords.