A password management website called Splashdata released a list of the 25 most used passwords on the internet. They analysed over 2 million passwords and for some reason it seems that people are still using 12345 as a password.\nIn today's world where your entire life is being publicized online, it is more important than ever to make sure that your password is unique and secure.\nSo if your password appears on the following list, do yourself a favor: CHANGE IT NOW!!!!\n1. 123456\nIf this is your password you deserve to have your identity stolen.\n2. password\nIs your memory really that bad?\n3. 12345678\nNo one will ever get into your impenetrable force-field.\n4. qwerty\nFor those who don't want to move their fingers too much.\n5. 12345\nSomehow there's a lazier version of 12345678.\n6. 123456789\nNo one will ever think of counting to 9 MUHUHAHAHAHA!\n7. Football\nIn Europe, #7 is futbol.\n8. 1234\nI didn't know websites let your use a 4 character password.\n9. 1234567\nEnough with the numbers already.\n10. Baseball\nFootball is clearly better.\n11. Welcome\nSo polite, might be a Canadian password.\n12. 1234567890\nNext level encryption.\n13. abc123\nSomeone's a fan of the Jackson 5.\n14. 111111\nProbably the laziest password of all time, except for 11111.\n15. 1qaz2wsx\nAnd you thought you were being sneaky.\n16. Dragon\nUnderstandable, dragons are awesome.\n17. Master\nSomeone has an inferiority complex.\n18. Monkey\nI ... I got nothing.\n19. Letmein\nDon't tell me what to do.\n20. Login\nBecause "password" is too easy to guess.\n21. Princess\nYou're not a princess, just let it go.\n22. qwertyuiop\nI feel like I would fuck this one up and I'd have to start over.\n23. Solo\nSolo! Solo! Too Nakma Noya Solo! - Jabba The Hutt\n24. Passw0rd\nOh, I see what you did there with the 0. Nice.\n25. Starwars\nIt made it on the list! yay!