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The Top List of 2015's Worst Passwords

  • Katy S Reply

    Splashdata, a maker of Password Management Applications releases their annual "worst passwords" list.

    http://blogs.wsj.com/digits/2016/01/19/qwerty-and-123456-top-list-of-2015s-worst-passwords/

    01/19 at 05:31 PM (21645)
  • Zach aka The Rogue Cowboy Reply

    That's the kind of thing an idiot would have on his luggage!

    01/20 at 09:14 AM (21647)
  • Megan Reply

    starwars lol

    01/20 at 10:02 AM (21648)
    • kyleg Reply

      Lol seriously. They could have at least made it something people usually don't like, such as "Jar Jar Binks"

      01/20 at 11:37 AM (21656)
  • Josh B. Reply

    letmein is pretty creative, but something that generic will let other people in, too...

    01/20 at 10:14 AM (21652)
  • Nick P Reply

    This list could be from 1998 and be still relevant today.

    01/20 at 10:16 AM (21653)
    • Member 20280 Reply

      Nick, it's funny because it's true! I'm pretty sure 90% of AOL users had passwords just like that.

      01/25 at 09:24 AM (21691)
  • Member 20279 Reply

    Guilty of having one of these passwords at one point in my life... I won't say which one...(hint, it's monkey -- I WAS 12, OK?)

    01/20 at 11:44 AM (21657)
  • Member 21001 Reply

    I think 111111 is by far the worst lol.

    01/20 at 01:20 PM (21658)