Feel like getting hacked? No? What a shock!
Okay, so no one wants to be hacked, but if you choose a super ~obvious~ password to protect your private info then chances are, you might be at some point.
Thankfully the peeps over at SplashData have released the worst, most-repeated leaked passwords from the last year and we can learn what NOT to do.
Their new study has proven that last year's worst-but-heavily-used password is "123456." Seriously.
Here's their full list of passwords to 100% avoid:
While most of these passwords *might* seem silly, we're sure you've used one at some point or another.
"Making minor modifications to an easily guessable password does not make it secure, and hackers will take advantage of these tendencies,” Morgan Slain, CEO of SplashData told Time.
So keep your info secure by changing it up to something more complicated peeps! Ain't nobody got time for hackers.