Seems like we need to have a password for anything and everything these days, doesn't it? Email, Facebook, Twitter, Groupon, our iPhones. It's great because we feel protected and secure with passwords, but man, it's a lot of stuff to remember -- which is why so many people use the same password, or a variation of, for pretty much everything. Bad idea. But you know what the worst idea of all is when it comes to creating passwords? Using one of these 35.
Here are 35 of the most common passwords (common as in "easy to figure out"). Is yours on the list?
2. qwerty (the keys at the top left of your keyboard in a row)
4. Your birthday
5. Your dog's name
6. Your kids' birthdays
Time to change your password? Or are you good? Wait, don't reveal too much!
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Going to baseball games
Riding bike rides in the nice weather
Playing outside after work/school
Going for walks outside