If you enjoy having your email hacked, these are the best 25 passwords to use.
Several news outlets this week have reported on new information, from the password management company SplashData, on the 25 most commonly hacked passwords. When creating a password, random sets of letters, numbers, and symbols provide greater protection than sequences of digits, favorite sports, superhero names, or common keyboard patterns. Another good strategy would be to employ a password manager or keeping them all on a scrap of paper to put in your purse or wallet.
For the list of the top 25 passwords to avoid, check out this article from Vox.com