Each year is drawn up a list of the worst passwords used in the course of the last year. In the data collected from SpashData, the password used is the ever-present “123456”, but there are worse, such as “admin” which is often used as the default password.

Below we leave you a list of the top twenty-five most used passwords, but in reality you should absolutely use. Among these we also find the “password” and “qwerty”, which although not very short, are really very trivial. Here is the list:

  1. 123456
  2. 123456789
  3. qwerty
  4. password
  5. 1234567
  6. 12345678
  7. 12345
  8. iloveyou
  9. 111111
  10. 123123
  11. abc123
  12. qwerty123
  13. 1q2w3e4r
  14. admin
  15. qwertyuiop
  16. 654321
  17. 555555
  18. lovely
  19. 7777777
  20. welcome
  21. 888888
  22. princess
  23. dragon
  24. password1
  25. 123qwe

But because many users are using passwords so easy and trivial? The answer is very simple and perhaps even obvious. The thought that grips most of the users is that of having to remember the password that you use, without knowing that to overcome this problem it would be enough to use a password manager, which not only will go, to save all our passwords in a secure manner, but will also create for us, making them absolutely secure.

As a password manager for instance, you may think of using 1Password, a cross-platform software, compatible with different operating systems.

Has anyone ever used one of the worst password in the above?