Privacy for Porn – Women Would Prefer Chocolates Than Them
I always thought Women are a bit smarter but, no, they proved wrong by a survey. Women are more likely to share their internet passwords and other details in exchange for chocolates.
Sharing Passwords for Chocolates?
Marketing is one viral disease (or so they say) and can make anyone run for the hills. According to a survey
conducted by Infosec, outside Liverpool Street Station, London, women were far more likely to give away their passwords than males. The survey was part of a social engineering exercise for security awareness.
About 45 per cent women shared their password in exchange for chocolate bars with fake market researchers, whereas only 10 per cent of men gave away their login details. Now if you ask for login details and passwords in exchange for something that’s tempting, then people tend to melt easily. A poll by Cadbury revealed that 52 percent of women preferred chocolate over sex.
While nearly 15 per cent males would give up chocolate for sex, (obviously). It’s just a password which I can
change over the next hour. Many may share this opinion, while a fraud worth a couple of millions could take place using their account details. That’s being way too imaginative, yet closer to being a possibility. It’s high time people start using password managers and even Web browsers have password management option. So, the
next time some one offers free chocolate or sex / porn, don’t get tempted.