There’s nothing harder to remember than one of those online passwords with capital letters, numbers, punctuation marks and miscellaneous characters. Unfortunately, there’s nothing easier to hack than a lazy password. Pick your poison.
SplashData, a password management application company, recently released its yearly “Worst Passwords” list generated from common, every day passwords posted by hackers. The number one worst password – “password.” Not much better, at number two – “123456.”
If your password is listed below, do yourself a big favor and change it. Right now.
Top 25 worst passwords: