The growing number of cases of online hacking, security breach and identity theft is keeping cyber experts worried. And one of the major reasons behind such cases is the usage of easily hackable passwords by users.
SplashData, an organisation which provides security applications and services has come up with a list of 'Worst Passwords of 2015'. The passwords were evaluated mostly from North American and Western European users.
“We have seen an effort by many people to be more secure by adding characters to passwords, but if these longer passwords are based on simple patterns they will put you in just as much risk of having your identity stolen by hackers," said Morgan Slain, CEO of SplashData.
Here is the list of top 25 'Worst Passwords of 2015' :
Some of the key findings of the research: