With the latest leaking of a ton of LinkedIn, last.fm, and eHarmony passwords, there’s been a buzz going around about how secure one’s account really is.
It doesn’t really help that most users on the internet put in a joke password that anyone could guess.
IT security consultant Mark Burnett has created a list of the “top 500 worst (aka most common)” passwords.
Taken from the antivirus solution provider ESET, here are the top 25. If yours is one of them, it’s highly recommended you find a new password.