Although it's 2015, you'd be surprised how often people use "password" as a password.
There are some basic ground rules when it comes to computer safety and security, and chief on that list includes picking a password that's hard for anyone, including robots, to crack. It might seem like common sense for those of you who have passwords like "1!RtkU$5cooldude#1", but believe it or not, many people are still living in denial.
SplashData looked at over 3.3 million leaked passwords over the last 12 months, primarly from North America and Western Europe, and has released its annual list of common passwords used across the internet. The most popular password from last year - "123456" - has again grabbed the number one spot for 2014.
Many of the top 25 passwords are actually derivatives of "123456" or numerical in theme. There's also a lot of references to sports and superheroes, but none of them, and we mean none of them, are even remotely close to being good.
Let's be real here: if you want a safe password, it shouldn't be on this list.
Top 25 "worst" passwords
So, what should you do now?
SplashData has recommended tips for those of you quickly changing passwords now that you've reviewed the list. The company said you should avoid keyboard patterns from the top row of letters (i.e., "qwertyuiop"), as well as favourite sports, birthdays, birth years, and common names.