They are known for their password manager SplashID.
"Donald" entered the list at position 23. 1234567 (Up 1) 8. sunshine (New) 9. qwerty (Down 5) 10. iloveyou (Unchanged) 11. princess (New) 12. admin (Down 1) 13. welcome (Down 1) 14. After "123456" and "password", strings of numbers make up the next five "worst passwords" on SplashData's list.
Undeterred from the most basic security advice, millions of people keep using the same weak passwords, according to SplashData.
What's a strong password?
Related: 21 Mind Blowing Data Breaches of This Century (infographic) A lot of the passwords on the list that was released have always been there, but there are a few changes. To compile this list, SplashData analyzed more than 5 million passwords leaked on the internet and found that people were still using easily guessable passwords. Competitors abound, including built-in support across Apple's and Google's hardware, software, and browsers-iOS, Safari, and iCloud for Apple and Android, Chrome, and other apps for Google-as well as 1Password, Dashlane, and LastPass. Before choosing a password you must know some of the common passwords that hackers try generally to get an access.
Of all the infinite combinations of letters, numbers, and symbols people could use, almost 10 percent of internet users secured their accounts with one of the 25 worst passwords out there, per TechCrunch. This collects your passwords and stores them securely in one place.