So, we all use a digital password on pretty much every financial, social, employment, government or any online application we use daily. Every day hackers gain access to passwords to our lives, even in the news-lately Ring doorbell customers have had their security home customers hacked through customer passwords.

Security company SplashData has released its annual worst passwords of the year which has accessed more than five million people.

I had three on this list:

1 - 123456 (rank unchanged from 2018)

2 - 123456789 (up 1)

3 - qwerty (Up 6)

4 - password (Down 2)

5 - 1234567 (Up 2)

6 - 12345678 (Down 2)

7 - 12345 (Down 2)

8 - iloveyou (Up 2)

9 - 111111 (Down 3)

10 - 123123 (Up 7)

11 - abc123 (Up 4)

12 - qwerty123 (Up 13)

13 - 1q2w3e4r (New)

14 - admin (Down 2)

15 - qwertyuiop (New)

16 - 654321 (Up 3)

17 - 555555 (New)

18 - lovely (New)

19 - 7777777 (New)

20 - welcome (Down 7)

21 - 888888 (New)

22 - princess (Down 11)

23 - dragon (New)

24 - password1 (Unchanged)

25 - 123qwe (New)

Protect yourself in 2020 change your passwords!

SplashData CEO Morgan Slain said in a statement. “We can tell that over the years people have begun moving toward more complex passwords, though they are still not going far enough as hackers can figure out simple alphanumeric patterns.”

 

DannyHot$$1234

 

Oh crap