Are Your Passwords Really Safe? Find Out

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SplashData.com released it’s annual list of Worst Passwords. Let’s see if any of yours are on there and if they are it may be time to change them. The top two are the same that have led the list since it was started in 2011. Even with all of the stupid protocol needed for passwords nowadays, it is amazing that some of these are still on the list. It looks like this years passwords were affected by sports and the new Star Wars movie.

  1. “123456” (unchanged from 2014 list)
  2. “password” (unchanged)
  3. “12345678” (up 1)
  4. “qwerty” (up 1)
  5. “12345” (down 2)
  6. “123456789” (unchanged)
  7. “football” (up 3)
  8. “1234” (down 1)
  9. “1234567” (up 2)
  10. “baseball” (down 2)
  11. “welcome” (New)
  12. “1234567890” (New)
  13. “abc123” (up 1)
  14. “111111” (up 1)
  15. “1qaz2wsx” (New)
  16. “dragon” (down 7)
  17. “master” (up 2)
  18. “monkey” (down 6)
  19. “letmein” (down 6)
  20. “login” (New)
  21. “princess” (New)
  22. “qwertyuiop” (New)
  23. “solo” (New)
  24. “passw0rd” (New)
  25. “starwars” (New)
 

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