Lazy Passwords

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We love simplicity and our passwords show it. With that being said, complexity is our antagonist. Here’s the list for 2014’s most common passwords.

1. 123456 

2. password 

3. 12345

4. 12345678 

5. qwerty 

6. 123456789 

7. 1234 

8. baseball

9. dragon 

10. football 

11. 1234567 

12. monkey 

13. letmein 

14. abc123 

15. 111111

16.mustang 

17. access 

18. shadow 

19. master 

20. michael 

21. superman 

22. 696969 

23. 123123 

24. batman 

25. trustno1 

Data from SplashData’s annual list.

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3 thoughts on “Lazy Passwords

  1. I personally use a 30-character password on all of my accounts with combinations of uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers and special characters. I know that it can still be cracked, but at least, it won’t be that easy for those bedroom warriors to do so…

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