The easiest way for a hacker to hack any account is just to somehow take over the password. And this easy task becomes easier for him if the user chooses a very simple and common password to protect that account.
In most cases, due to laziness or ignorance, people don’t want to put enough effort to create a strong and secure password. Some used to think, if the password is complex and uncommon, then the user himself/herself may forget it when needed. But what they don’t get that an ‘easy-to-remember’ password is also an ‘easy-to-guess’ thing for a hacker as well!
Recently in a research conducted by cyber security organization ImmuniWeb showed that among the 21 million passwords used by various companies around the world, only 4.9 million passwords have been found as unique. That means a huge number of passwords used globally are so common to be at risk of being hacked. The organization has short listed 32 such easiest passwords which you should never use as security code for any of your accounts or services.
Let’s check those 32 passwords :