Taylor Swift, Bad Bunny-related passwords targeted by hackers

It’s time for Taylor Swift and Bad Bunny superfans to update their passwords.

A new report has revealed that 300,000 passwords related to Taylor Swift and Bad Bunny are at risk of being hacked in 2022.

“Passwords related to pop culture trends also remain popular, with SpyCloud recovering over 327,000 passwords related to artists Taylor Swift and Bad Bunny,” Business Wire reported.

Keywords related to two of the most streamed artists of 2022 include “Taylor”, “Swiftie”, “Benito”, “Me Porto Bonito” and “Midnights”.

Popular musicians weren’t the only vulnerable pop culture passwords.

Business Wire added that there were “over 261,000 linked to streaming services such as Netflix and Hulu and over 167,000 linked to the death of Queen Elizabeth and the British Royal Family”.

Bad Bunny and Taylor Swift attend the 65th GRAMMY Awards at Crypto.com Arena on February 05, 2023 in Los Angeles, California
Passwords related to Taylor Swift and Bad Bunny were at risk of being hacked in 2022.
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Swift, 33, and Bad Bunny, 29, had a big year in 2022 — passwords aside.

According to Forbes, both were two of the highest-paid young artists of 2022, both making history with Swift as the only female on the list and Bad Bunny as the only Latino.

In the US alone in 2022, Bad Bunny was the third most streamed artist for Spotify Wrapped after Drake and Swift, respectively.

Taylor Swift performs onstage during the 2019 Alibaba 11.11 Global Shopping Festival Gala at Mercedes-Benz Arena on November 10, 2019 in Shanghai, China.
Keywords related to Taylor Swift included “Taylor”, “Midnights” and “Swiftie”.
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Keywords related to Bad Bunny included “Benito” and “Me Porto Bonito”.
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