As Obi-Wan Kenobi would say, "These aren't the passwords you're looking for."
It doesn't take a Jedi mind trick to guess a bad password,just some savvy social engineering or a brute-force attack. So users who picked“starwars,” “solo” or “princess” for their credentials will be sorry to hearthat they selected one of the 25 most common — and therefore worst — passwords of2015, according to SplashData.
Aside from these references to Star Wars: The Force Awakens, there were several othernew entries to the annual list, including “1234567890,” “1qaz2wsx” (the twoleftmost letter columns on a keyboard) and “qwertyuiop” (the top row of keyboard letters). In its blog,SplashData notes that while these passwords are longer than previous listentries, they “are so simple as to make theirextra length virtually worthless as a security measure.”
Unchanged from 2014, the most common passwordof 2015 was the dreadfully uninspired “123456.” SplashData's list of worst passwords: