The Worst Passwords of 2015
Lifestyle| | By Felissa Allard
Rounding out the top ten, are a row of keys on the keyboard – “qwerty” – and simple ones like, “baseball” or “football.” The best new addition to the list: “starwars.” But don’t panic, it’s easy enough to change your password to something a bit more complex and secure. SplashData recommends using longer passwords and switching them up for each website. And if a data breach keeps you up at night, try using a password manager through a company such as SplashData. Unfortunately, the days of hiding important info under the mattress are long gone.