Consider how many social networking sites, email services, or various other passwords you have to create on the internet. Do you think your's is a good one?

SplashData makes various security applications for mobile devices. They made their list based on shared documents that hackers complied full of stolen passwords.

At the top of the list of worst passwords, is 'password'. It has topped the list for many years (and is also the subject of a lawsuit against a cancelled game show). New to the list were 'ninja', 'jesus', and 'mustang'.

They suggest using longer passwords, and to avoid anything personal (like the name of relatives). They also suggest avoiding simple words found in a dictionary, programs that hackers use can easily crack these.

  1. password
  2. 123456
  3. 12345678
  4. abc123
  5. qwerty
  6. monkey
  7. letmein
  8. dragon
  9. 111111
  10. baseball
  11. iloveyou
  12. trustno1
  13. 1234567
  14. sunshine
  15. master
  16. 123123
  17. welcome
  18. shadow
  19. ashley
  20. football
  21. Jesus
  22. michael
  23. ninja
  24. mustang
  25. password1