Revealed: Worst passwords in 2016

If you see yours, change it immediately!
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Cybersecurity firm Keeper investigated the most common passwords used in 2016, and it is safe to say the researchers weren’t too pleased. 2016 saw a number of high-profile breaches, from companies such as LinkedIn and Yahoo, to well-known technology CEOs, including Mark Zuckerberg. The researchers looked through 10 million passwords and revealed the worst ones.
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1. 123456
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2. 123456789
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3. qwerty
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4. 12345678
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5. 111111
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6. 1234567890
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7. 1234567
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8. password
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9. 123123
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10. 987654321