1. sandeepasrani's Avatar
    ""yourpasswordhere" ..cus it says " pls type ur password here" so the person typed yourpasswordhere....

    WiFi pwd = 01234567890123456789012345
    comp pwd - QWEqwe123
    06-18-2009 02:54 AM
  2. Clairvoyance's Avatar
    iLoveTiPb. <|------- The reason why it is obvious, is because everyone knows I love TiPB and they will check this out!
    06-18-2009 03:05 AM
  3. xman's Avatar

    06-18-2009 03:12 AM
  4. tugaware's Avatar
    "passw0rd". Not with an "o" but with a 0
    06-18-2009 03:22 AM
  5. chobbs1's Avatar
    how about the inventor of the internet
    06-18-2009 03:22 AM
  6. picon's Avatar
    Lame is a play on "password" where you try to be sneaky, so instead you use "wordpass". Probably fools everyone :0
    06-18-2009 03:25 AM
  7. Neutreeno's Avatar
    "abcde" or "zyxwv"
    06-18-2009 03:32 AM
  8. mrbug's Avatar
    useraccounts: qwerty
    root / admin - accounts: master
    06-18-2009 04:01 AM
  9. tcall's Avatar
    Your name!

    I've actually seen people use this for email etc, even when their name is also in the email address.
    uesername: joebloggs(at)yahoo.com
    password: joebloggs

    06-18-2009 04:55 AM
  10. Arwy's Avatar
    Very simple and lame passwords:
    1) 123
    123456 and so on depending on how many digits are required by the service.
    2) qwerty
    3) admin
    4) 7777777 (seven sevens - for some reason people like it)
    5) your birthday digits, because it's very easy to guess them from Facebook, MySpace and other social networks
    e.g. May, 11th - 0511
    6) god, sex, love as it was in a movie
    7) words "password" or "pass"
    8) xxx
    9) your home or cell phone number (digits are easily accessible from social networks)
    10) your favorite color, plant and so on like "pink", "rose", "lilly"
    06-18-2009 05:00 AM
  11. Arwy's Avatar
    Oh, I forgot about word "secret". Very secret and secure password indeed!
    06-18-2009 05:05 AM
  12. shutterrelease's Avatar
    The worst would have to be a pets name. Our dog's name is peanut and for a while most of our passwords were secured by the word "Peanut". That was almost embarrassing to put in.
    06-18-2009 05:12 AM
  13. lordzod01's Avatar
    How about just using "ENTER". That has to be pretty lame.
    06-18-2009 05:14 AM
  14. lordzod01's Avatar
    Just for a laugh, how about " open sessimi " LOL
    06-18-2009 05:17 AM
  15. CiS_illusionist's Avatar
    I think the dumbest password of all time would be 'G0D' but then I to was one that used that to infinity in the belief that the Divine protection somehow stemmed to a PC Password.

    I was wrong, my email got hacked... lol, those were the days.
    06-18-2009 05:38 AM
  16. jscottbarnes's Avatar
    ....I've used
    1. password
    2. 0000
    3. 1234
    4. secret

    Pretty bad, I know... but, I'm lucky to not have gotten zapped and have stopped being so lazy
    06-18-2009 05:48 AM
  17. jscottbarnes's Avatar
    "wrong" - as in, wrong password
    06-18-2009 05:50 AM
  18. clayrussell's Avatar
    One of my famous password solutions prior to being a 1Password user, would be to make the password the name of the application or web service I need the password for using "0" in place of spaces.

    Example: the0iphone0blog
    YouTube: you0tube
    PayPal: pay0pal
    Bank of America: bank0of0america

    To my knowledge, this deep level of encoding has yet to be broken. If you calculate the numerical value of any password using this system, it clearly translates to:

    "Be sure to drink your Ovaltine"
    06-18-2009 06:27 AM
  19. anagoor's Avatar
    A friend of mine uses:"iknowit" as password.

    I think he was tired of me asking always are you sure you still know the password to access your shared folder? :-)

    06-18-2009 06:31 AM
  20. psyko825#IM's Avatar
    **** was a password favorite of mine for a long time. poops was a variation as was pooping. also poop2 for the number requirement
    06-18-2009 06:35 AM
  21. m.rosales11's Avatar
    how about "insert your name here"!!
    "you will never guess this"
    06-18-2009 06:42 AM
  22. vazpazaz's Avatar
    I've always used Password1 as an easy to remember/hack password that satisfies the alpha/numeric/caps requirement, but i wont expect to win a prizes here as loads of people seem to have too.

    However, for stronger passwords that are both cryptic and easy to remember we in my IT team have always used the first letters of song lyrics with transposed numbers for inspiration. So for example the first line of the Beatles song Hey Jude:

    Hey jude, dont make it bad.
    Take a sad song and make it better.

    Would give you a password of:


    Very secure imho :-) however, people do see you singing at servers and think you're nuts!
    06-18-2009 06:45 AM
  23. Wolfmore's Avatar
    user ID: droberts2000
    Password: dr2000
    06-18-2009 06:49 AM
  24. fsohail's Avatar
    Not sure if anyone's mentioned this but I'm partial to 'open sesame'...
    which shall never be used again!
    06-18-2009 06:49 AM
  25. radioro's Avatar
    A place I used to work used the password "password" for everything.
    06-18-2009 07:17 AM
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