Privacy Perils: Does Your Password Pass the Test?

January 29, 2016
Firm Publication

SplashData, a cybersecurity firm, has released its list of worst passwords for 2015. If your password is on the list below, you might consider changing your login information to safeguard against hacking and identity theft. In order, the worst passwords for 2015 are:

  1. 123456
  2. password
  3. 12345678
  4. qwerty
  5. 12345
  6. 123456789
  7. football
  8. 1234
  9. 1234567
  10. baseball
  11. welcome
  12. 1234567890
  13. abc123
  14. 111111
  15. 1qaz2wsx [Check your keyboard]
  16. dragon
  17. master
  18. monkey
  19. letmein
  20. login
  21. princess [As in Princess Leia]
  22. qwertyuiop [Again, check your keyboard]
  23. solo [As in Han]
  24. passw0rd [For those too clever to use “password”]
  25. starwars

To read the full release, visit the SplashData website.

Privacy Perils imageCheck out our series, Privacy Perils, to learn what steps you can take to guard your personal and company data. For more information about this topic and other cyber security concerns, please contact Bob Brewer, Tony McFarland, Elizabeth Warren or a member of our Privacy & Data Security team.