A large number of individuals are utilizing simple to-figure passwords on delicate records, recommends an investigation.
The investigation by the UK's National Cyber Security Center (NCSC) found 123456 was the most broadly utilized secret phrase on ruptured accounts.
The examination revealed the holes in digital information that could leave individuals in risk of being abused.
The NCSC said individuals should string three arbitrary however significant words together to use as a solid secret key.
For its first digital overview, the NCSC broke down open databases of ruptured records to see which words, expressions and strings individuals utilized.
Top of the rundown was 123456, showing up in excess of 23 million passwords. The second-most prevalent string, 123456789, was very little harder to split, while others in the main five included "qwerty", "secret word" and 1111111.
The most well-known name to be utilized in passwords was Ashley, trailed by Michael, Daniel, Jessica and Charlie.
With regards to Premier League football crews in guessable passwords, Liverpool are champions and Chelsea are second. Flicker 182 topped the diagrams of music acts.
Individuals who utilize surely understood words or names for a secret phrase put themselves individuals in danger of being hacked, said Dr Ian Levy, specialized chief of the NCSC.
"No one should ensure delicate information with something that can be speculated, similar to their first name, nearby football crew or most loved band," he said.
Difficult to figure
The NCSC examine additionally tested individuals about their security propensities and fears.
It found that 42% expected to lose cash to online misrepresentation and just 15% said they felt certain that they sufficiently realized to ensure themselves on the web.
It found that less than half of those addressed utilized a different, difficult to-figure secret phrase for their primary email account.
Security master Troy Hunt, who keeps up a database of hacked account information, said picking a decent secret key was the "single greatest control" individuals had over their online security.
"We commonly haven't completed a generally amazing activity of that either as people or as the associations requesting that we register with them," he said.
Telling individuals which passwords were broadly utilized should drive clients to settle on better decisions, he said.
The review was distributed in front of the NCSC's Cyber UK gathering that will be held in Glasgow from 24-25 April.