A password is defined as, “a secret word or phrase that must be used to gain admission to something,” but if you use any of the ‘25 Worst Passwords of 2015,’ there’s an extremely high likelihood that your secret may not be so secret.
According to an article by TIME reporting on a survey by SplashData, these are the 25 worst passwords of 2015:
Whether it is the login password to your laptop or the ATM code to your bank account, using one of these passwords makes you more vulnerable to a hack. Since a secure password may be your first line of defense against data loss, it is important to take the simple step of making sure you choose a strong one, regardless of how innocuous the data contained in a particular account may seem. The good news here is that most companies now have password requirements that would exclude you from a using a password on this list, but if any of these sound familiar to you it’s time to make a change.