To protect the security of confidential information of individuals or businesses, setting a password has always been one of the most effective means. But the premise of the password to be effective is that outsiders are difficult to guess, partial to most people or cheap, love to use the most common and easy to guess the network password, and therefore the worst password ranking in 2019, or by the “123456” this old face continued to “top the list.”
The Top 100 Worst Passwords published by SplashData are collected from the password management services SplashID, TeaMSID, and Gpass. The top five worst passwords this year were “123456,” “123456789,” “qwerty,” “password” and “1234567.” For the complete list of the worst 100 passwords, details can be found on SplashData’s official website.
2019 Worst Password 15 Top List: 123456