The world's most used passwords

 
The world's most used passwords
Loading...
Loading...
Did you protect your username and your accounts with passwords like "Superman", "qwerty" or "password", then you might as well don't bother. These passwords are among the world's most used, and thus the first ones potential hackers will try.

The most commonly used password is "123456" followed by "password" and "12345678". Classical "qwerty" has not departed either, and is the 5th most used password.

Here is the list:

123456
password
12345678
Superman
qwerty
abc123
letmein
monkey
myspace1
password1
link182
[Your Name]

If you use one of these you should change it immediately, and if you lack the imagination to come up with a strong password by yourself, use a Password Generator to save the day!

Comment below.

Loading...


    Donate to Speisa


The globalist psychopaths vs Speisa


Latest
Untitled-2-Recovered-Recovered-Recovered-Recovered-Recovered-Recovered-Recovered.jpg
Fredrik Modéus, the Bishop of Växjö, welcomes the Muslim call to prayer in the city while a report suggests that the Swedish Church will lose a million members and has to start selling its properties.

Untitled-2-Recovered-Recovered-Recovered-Recovered-Recovered-Recovered-Recovered.jpg
A man pretending to be a three-star U.S. Army general wanted to impress a woman when he unexpectedly landed in a chartered helicopter at the headquarters of a North Carolina technology company, where security officers actually saluted him.

Untitled-2-Recovered-Recovered-Recovered-Recovered-Recovered-Recovered-Recovered.jpg
Laura Silsby was arrested at the Haitian border attempting to smuggle 33 children out of Haiti without documentation. Her sentence and charges were reduced after an intervention by Bill Clinton.

View this article in PDF format Print article



DON'T MISS A POST - FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK!




Disclamer
Comments at Speisa are unmoderated. We do believe in free speech, but posts using foul language, as well as abusive, hateful, libelous and genocidal posts, will be deleted if seen. However, if a comment remains on the site, it in no way constitutes an endorsement by Speisa of the sentiments contained therein.
comments powered by Disqus