25 Most common Passwords: You Should’t Use Them

After it was discovered that more than six million LinkedIn was like many passwords leaked on Last.fm and eHarmony, no one has stopped talking about password and password protection.

That's actually a good thing because it is an incredibly important topic that many Internet users do not take seriously.

Case in point, take a look at this new report of the IT security consultant Mark Burnett. Self-described as someone who "loves to write about Passwords" Burnett has compiled a list of "Top 500 worst (aka most common) passwords" based on a variety of methods he has described on his blog.

Here are the top 25, was won by antivirus vendor ESET solutions. If your one of them? If so, it is safe to say that you should consider switching to something stronger immediately.

1.    password
2.    123456
3.    12345678
4.    1234
5.    qwerty
6.    12345
7.    dragon
8.    pussy
9.    baseball
10.    football
11.    letmein
12.    monkey
13.    696969
14.    abc123
15.    mustang
16.    michael
17.    shadow
18.    master
19.    jennifer
20.    111111
21.    2000
22.    jordan
23.    superman
24.    harley
25.    1234567