Created attachment 468627 [details]
wordlist of weak passwords which pass current tests
This is similar to bug #557592 from January. The Gawker data breech exposed a smaller list of passwords, and unlike the RockYou incident, crypt hashes were stored rather than plaintext passwords.
However, the published data includes a list of passwords which were apparently brute-forced from those hashes in a short time. This is ipso facto evidence that these are weak passwords. Of these 91691 unique "lemon" passwords, 7874 of these pass cracklib tests (under cracklib-2.8.16-4.fc14).
My recommendation is that this entire list of passwords which pass our current checks be added as a cracklib dictionary.
See also: <http://blogs.wsj.com/digits/2010/12/13/the-top-50-gawker-media-passwords/>
Note that of the top 50 weak passwords, only "lifehack" would pass the current cracklib test.
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The password dictionary is now enhanced. Not all of these words are included but I do not think this is a big problem as these have fairly low probability of use.