My voice is my passport, verify me.
This is a list of the 25 crappiest passwords of 2011. I guess some people just reallllllly hate their privacy. And identities. Did I tell you one time I got my identity stolen? I found out who did it and buried him in the desert. So, in a way, he kind of got his stolen too. PERMANENTLY. A list of the "God, change it now":
SplashData, a password management app maker, compiled a list of the 25 worst passwords of 2011, based on millions of stolen passwords that were dumped online.
I'm going to go try these out on my coworker's computers and, if I manage to get in, do something serious -- something to really make them reconsider the strength of their password. "Change their wallpaper to penises?" Bingo.
The 25 Worst Passwords of 2011 [pcmag]
Thanks to Dunc, who still uses a pet's name.