MOST EASILY GUESSED PASSWORDS
Your password is what protects your account from cybercriminals. It should be easy for you to remember but hard for others to guess. And when you consider you should regularly change your passwords and not use the same one for multiple accounts, that means there are a lot of passwords to create and remember. So it's no wonder some people take the easy way out, choosing a password that is far too common and easy for the bad guys to guess. SplashData helpfully compiled a list of the 25 most common passwords. If you see a password on this list that you use, go change it. Now. Top 25 passwords you should never use:
If you're stumped on how to create a secure password that you will also remember, try this trick published by Forbes magazine and credited to security guru Bruce Schneir: Turn a sentence into a password. Secure password example: "Now I lay me down to sleep" would become nilmDOWN2s, a 10-character password that won't be found in any dictionary.