The Top 100 Worst Passwords of 2017 [List]

The Top 100 Worst Passwords of 2017 [List]

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SplashData has published a list of the Top 100 Worst Passwords of 2017. SplashData delivers password management solutions including SplashID and TeamsID.

In the “year of the hack,” even The Force can’t protect those who continue using the passwords on SplashData’s list of commonly hacked passwords

As usual the absolute worst passwords to use include: 123456, password, 12345678, qwerty, and 12345.

Check out the full list at the link below. If you're using any of these passwords, we strongly recommend you change them immediately.

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The Top 100 Worst Passwords of 2017 [List]
sansarnemrut - January 3, 2018 at 10:34pm
the worst passwords of 2017 are here https://youtu.be/I5I16tRVZyk
D4xM4Nx - December 20, 2017 at 9:24am
Hahahaha pretty sure Lucas Tabasco actually sneezed. Dafuq so '12password34' or '1234qwerty' aren't safe? Gotta change them Snapchat and Tinder passwords, can't be too safe these days :P
AleemRazzaq - December 20, 2017 at 5:55am
Why not P@ssword12 isn't icluded in list, I looked complete list just to find out my pet password
joshWUa - December 19, 2017 at 7:56pm
Lol my favorite back then to use was letmein and qwerty
yes - December 19, 2017 at 6:04pm
What is it with people not making passwords based off of them like me and many people that I know of? They can't think of their personality, emotions, things related to what they like and blend all that together? At the very least they could have used letters with accent marks or symbols that you don't find on a physical keyboard.
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