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Most Common Passwords 2018

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The first protection of online security is a strong password. And there, any people use such passwords from ignorance or laziness, which can easily be guessed. Easy-to-understand passwords are called weak passwords.


Many people believe, why would someone hack his account? What else is harm or what! Maybe a lucky account did not hack even after giving a password. But those passwords can come in the list of Splash Data's annual weakest password, which can be leaked.


As the fifth time, analyzing about 6 million passwords leaked to the Internet, software development company Splash data has released the list of the weakest password this year. This company creates commercial password management software for Internet and software security.


Even after the user information of a big IT company like Facebook, despite the fact that a large part of Internet users is still not aware of the use of the password. Because, in this last five lists, '123456' and 'password' are at the top of the most commonly used weak password list.


This is difficult to remember many websites with different and strong passwords. So a specific password manager software suggested Splash data CEO Morgan Slyn use. "Nowadays browsers like Google Chrome, Safari and Opera have already provided password management facilities.


Here is the list of 25 top weak password spellers released. If thou have your password on this list then change it on an emergency basis.



1. 123456 (always in the first place)

2. password (the fifth remains unchanged)

3. 123456789 (increased)

4. 12345678 (decreased)

5. 12345 (unchanged)

6. 111111 (new)

7. 1234567 (increased)

8. sunshine (new)

9. qwerty (decreased)

10. iloveyou (unchanged)

11. princess (new)

12. admin (decreased)

13. welcome (decreased)

14. 666666 (new)

15. abc123 (unchanged)

16. football (decreased)

17. 123123 (unchanged)

18. monkey (decreased)

19. 654321 (new)

20. ! @ # $% ^ & * (New)

21. charlie (new)

22. aa123456 (new)

23. donald (new)

24. password1 (new)

25. qwerty123 (new)




Source: Time Magazine






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