Top 200 most common passwords
It’s that time of the year again when we get to see whether people are using the same weak passwords. Here are the top 200 most common passwords according to the 2021 research. The list details how many times a certain password was used and how long it would take to crack it. Explore it now.
The list of passwords was compiled in partnership with independent researchers specializing in research of cybersecurity incidents. They evaluated a 4TB database.
Researchers classified the data into various verticals, which allowed them to perform a statistical analysis based on countries and gender.
With regard to the gender vertical, the researched data was classified by gender only if it included a gender key. If it didn't contain the data key, it was classified as “unknown”.
Countries most affected by data leaks
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Compare the most common passwords
With regard to the gender vertical, the researched data was classified by gender only if it included a gender key. If it didn’t contain the data key, it was classified as "unknown".
iloveyou is used more by women
In the US, more women (222,287) used "iloveyou" than men (96,785).
Hockey - Canada’s top sports-related password
Hockey was used more by men (26,055) than by women (8,324).
Battle of the bands
Among men, Metallica (88,543) outranked Slipknot (75,204).