Your accounts are at greater risk if they have the same or weak passwords (for example, qwerty, 12345) or passwords based on information that can be easily guessed or obtained (for example, names of relatives or dates of birth). The Password Check section contains a list of problems with passwords detected by Kaspersky Password Manager. Passwords are sorted by the severity of the problems detected:
Compromised - there are some other users around the world who use the same password and their accounts protected by this password have been hacked.
Weak - too easy to hack. Try to add special symbols, uppercases, numbers in order to strengthen the password or use the Password Generator.
Duplicate - used by you to protect several accounts.
Strong - unique, not compromised and safe to use.
Not checked - checking is disabled for these passwords.
From each section, you can open the full list of passwords in this category by clicking: