If you're using one of these passwords, you're going to want to change that right quick and in a hurry.

The point of a password is to keep those that shouldn't be in your stuff, out of your stuff. So, why would you create a password like "123456" that links directly to your finances?

The password managing company SplashData tediously scrolled through a list of 5 million hacked passwords from different sites and breaches. They came up with a list of the worst of the worst as far as lazy passwords are concerned.

Here's a list of the top 25 worst passwords of 2017:

  1. 123456
  2. Password
  3. 12345678
  4. qwerty
  5. 12345
  6. 123456789
  7. letmein
  8. 1234567
  9. football
  10. iloveyou
  11. admin
  12. welcome
  13. monkey
  14. login
  15. abc123
  16. starwars
  17. 123123
  18. dragon
  19. passw0rd
  20. master
  21. hello
  22. freedom
  23. whatever
  24. qazwsx
  25. trustno1

Subsequently, website Dashlane produced a list of "trends" in passwords. Things like band names, sports teams, love/hate slogans, and more.