25 Worst Passwords of 2013

Do you use “123456” as a password for your social accounts to protect your privacy? Well, You will be surprised to know that It is been seated at the top of World’s Worst Passwords list of 2013. It has dethroned King of terrible passwords, ‘password‘ from the list.
Internet Security firm, Splashdata, has released its list of World’s Worst Passwords of 2013. Splashdata has compiled its top 25 from lists of stolen passwords posted online. This makes lot of sense, as there has been large number of passwords from Adobe users posted online by security consulting firm Stricture Consulting Group as well as information gleaned from SpiderLabs.
If you use these passwords for junk accounts that do not contain any personal info and doesn’t affect your privacy, then this is not a concern. But if you use these passwords for accounts that have sensitive information, then you might come into trouble.
Here’s list of Top 25 Worst passwords of 2013 by Splashdata:

  1. 123456
  2. password
  3. 12345678
  4. qwerty
  5. abc123
  6. 123456789
  7. 111111
  8. 1234567
  9. iloveyou
  10. adobe123
  11. 123123
  12. admin
  13. 1234567890
  14. letmein
  15. photoshop
  16. 1234
  17. monkey
  18. shadow
  19. sunshine
  20. 12345
  21. password1
  22. princess
  23. azerty
  24. trustno1
  25. 000000

The best way to keep your data safe is by having different passwords for every accounts. If you have problem in remembering various passwords, you can grab a password vault, such as LastPass, KeePass and 1Password that act as a sort of master key.
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