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HAVE YOU SEEN THE LIST OF THE 25 WORST PASSWORDS IN 2013?

Published on 1/23/2014
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In an article in SplashData News the 2013 list of the 25 Worst Passwords  used on the Internet was announced.

           

It’s hard to believe that people continue to use them but the list shows how popular these “Worst Passwords” really are.

 

SplashData does this list annually and for the first time since they are started the list “Password” has been unseated as the #1 worst password and “123456” has become the winner, making “Password” #2 in the list of Worst Passwords.

 

 Many people put in a weak, easily identified password which uses the name of the application they are in, such as Adobe or PhotoShop.

 

Equally foolish and putting their data at great risk are passwords like: “qwerty”, “abc123”, “111111” and “iloveyou.”

 

Several numerical passwords are new to the list and are easily guessed by a hacker.

 

SlashData compiles and publishes this list in an effort to get people to start using stronger and less easily guessed passwords. 

 

SplashData's "Worst Passwords of 2013":

 

Rank

Password

 

1

123456

 

2

password

 

3

12345678

 

4

qwerty

 

5

abc123

 

6

123456789

 

7

111111

 

8

1234567

 

9

iloveyou

 

10

adobe123

 

11

123123

 

12

sunshine

 

13

1234567890

 

14

letmein

 

15

photoshop

 

16

1234

 

17

monkey

 

18

shadow

 

19

sunshine

 

20

12345

 

21

password1

 

22

princess

 

23

azerty

 

24

trustno1

 

25

000000

 

 

SplashData's top 25 list was compiled from files of millions of passwords which have been posted online and  stolen  during the previous year.

If you or your business is using any of the passwords on the list then change them immediately.

Here are some tips from SplashData to make your passwords more secure:

Use passwords of eight characters or more with mixed types of characters.

Use passwords in phrases that are easy for you to remember

Separate words or phrases with spaces or characters or symbols.

Use random words rather than familiar phrases

Do not use the same password for multiple websites

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