Top 25 Most Common and Worst Passwords of 2012

You would think, with all the hacking going on around the world today, that people by now, would use a password manager and a more secure password, but it seems that some people will never learn... and for that they almost deserve to be hacked... almost. Now I mentioned that all around the world, hacking has been going on, and it's true. In recent weeks, HSBC (credit card#s and PINs), South Carolina (state gov-3.6M SS#), Barnes & Noble (credit card#s and PINs), Italian Police, US Gov (detention policies), US Gov (logins and passwords), Blizzard (account and passwords), NASA, JPL, etc etc etc...

But if you are using one of the top 25 passwords, not only are you vulnerable to attacks by anyone, but also to hackers who want to access your social media and possibly even your online banking. Of course if you are on the go, then you should be using a VPN as well, to secure your traffic through your computer or phone.

So if you're using any of the below top 25 passwords of 2012, please change your password immediately, and then start using a password manager like LastPass to secure your passwords.

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