Looks like “correcthorsebatterystaple1” is still secure.
Truly an XKCD for everything
How many of these are the default passwords placed on IOT devices?
At least people aren’t using hunter2 any more.
COVID19 too short?
123456? That’s the kind of password an idiot would have on his
dummy account he had to create just to find out postage costs for a parcel on a poorly designed website luggage.
Are these passwords on accounts people care about getting hacked?
Funny, when you type hunter2 I just see “moist”.
“lawyersgunsandmoney”, the sh!t has hit the fan
Wow…who got access to my password manager??
Get a list of the most common pet names and you’ll have lotsa success hacking accounts
Thanks! These were very unusual to be repeated times enough to be deemed unsafe, I was trying to figure out the reason.
These are so intriguing, and it makes me wonder if these are the result of some grouping of passwords at an organization. Is it possible some IT department somewhere used the same password when setting up admin accounts on thousands of employee machines?
I like using Ancient Egyptian words and phrases as passwords.