From 'letmein' to 'iloveyou,' These Are the Worst Passwords of 2019

We get it. It’s hard to choose a password you’ll remember, especially when you’re required to input one that needs an uppercase character, a lowercase character, a number, and a symbol. That doesn’t give you an excuse to make up a password that’s as simple as ‘123456.’ It’s for your own sake, as well. Teams ID, a Silicon Valley tech company that provides password management and security solutions to both individuals and businesses, has released its list of the top 100 worst passwords of 2019. The list consists of predictable passwords that are commonly used and provide little to no security to accounts and private data.

If you possess any of the passwords below, TeamsID suggests that you change it up as soon as you can:

1| 123456

2| 123456789

3| qwerty

4| password

5| 1234567

6| 12345678

7| 12345

8| Iloveyou

9| 111111

10| 123123

11| abc123

12| qwerty123

13| 1q2w3e4r

14| admin

15| qwertyuiop

16| 654321

17| 555555

18| lovely

19| 7777777

20| welcome

21| 888888

22| princess

23| dragon

24| password1

25| 123qwe

26| 666666

27| 1qaz2wsx

28| 333333

29| michael

30| sunshine

31| liverpool

32| 777777

33| 1q2w3e4r5t

34| donald

35| football

36| freedom

37| charlie

38| letmein

39| [email protected]#$%^&*

40| secret

41| aa123456

42| 987654321

43| zxcvbnm

44| passw0rd

45| bailey

46| nothing

47| shadow

48| 121212

49| biteme


The Pew Research Center listed poor or weak passwords and repetition as top threats in data privacy and identity theft or hacking. Some of the other risks in the breach of data privacy include sharing passwords with others or using an unsecured WiFi connection. To prevent any data breach, the study suggests that one would always update the operating system of their smartphones to ensure that it carries the latest security updates. Using a different, more complicated password for each account helps, too.

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