Worst Passwords

PC Mag writer Lance Ulanoff asked hisTwitter followers to reveal their worst and most embarrassing passwords. And these are the results.

1. password
2. 12345
3. CaseSensitive
4. Teletubbie
5. F*ckOffPlease
6. hellogod
7. homeboyee
8. <3BSB<3
9. goldeneye
10. OpenUp
11. asdfhgjkl
12. gotohell40

Read the full article at PCMag with a few tips on how to secure your passwords and generate strong ones.

If you’re having trouble coming up with a strong password, you can use tools like PwGen.

Also check out the 500 worst passwords at BoingBoing.




1 Comment on “Worst Passwords

  1. Thank you for your consideration. God Speed to you in all your future endeavors.Reply tot (April 20th, 2009 at 5:35 pm) you parted ways, did you?way to keep it real, SAS.way to be quite frank, SAS.you parted ways to pursue opportunties in politics and social commentary, did you?i once parted ways with a company, too.but they called it youre fired.Reply Jim (April 20th, 2009 at 7:27 pm) Take some time to get your ego under control. Also, any person who doesnt see TO for what he is, is also a self-centered fool.Reply Mitchell II (April 20th, 2009 at 7:54 pm) JUST A NOTE TO SAY A HUGE THANKS FOR BEING YOU SMART, FUNNY, INFORMATIVE, AND KEPT IT 100% ALL THE TIME. YOU WILL CONTINUE DO BIG THINGS! AS AN ASPIRING SPORTS JOURNALIST, THANKS FOR BEING AN INSPIRATION! GOD BLESS.Reply chris (April 20th, 2009 at 8:17 pm) Finally, ESPN got wise and tossed out the contract. Glad to hear they are trying to spend their money wisely now.Do us all a favor and retire permanently. Politics, world news, current events reporting.are you kidding me? So why are you really leaving ESPN Stephen A. ? They must have gotten a ton of hate mail directed at Stephen A. SmithReply Ice (April 20th, 2009 at 9:52 pm) Hey Stephen, good luck with your new ventures. Kevin Frazier was made a successful transition, so i think you will too.Reply Tee (April 21st, 2009 at 4:02 am) Wow! ESPN will NEVER be the same. Im so used to your flamboyant style and telling it like it is approach. I guess ESPN was intimidated by that, huh? I cannot see how ESPN hires a former GM who dont know how to draft players and made a team the biggest laughing stock in NFL history last season, as an analyst and NOT bring back a very good reporter/columnist who gave his all to the network. SHAME ON YOU, ESPN for losing you and Emmitt. Continue to be REAL and wish you the very best.Tee aka BILLS FAN!Reply Victor (April 21st, 2009 at 6:02 am) This is just another example of the man not wanting a brother to be outspoken. They would rather us just be seen and not heard or very soft spoken. You are neither of these. I am proud of you and really enjoyed listening to you even if I did not always agree. At least your opinion was honest as you saw it.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *