SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — If you are like most people, you have more passwords than shoes. Well… maybe not shoes, but it does feel like everyday someone asks us to create a word no one in the world can guess, in an effort to protect ourselves online. That’s a good thing. The bad thing is that many of those passwords are not only common, they are just no good.

SplashData, an online security company, released its annual list of the Worst Passwords of 2015. After examining more than 3.3 million leaked passwords, they are the ones most likely to “expose anybody to being hacked or having their identities stolen.”

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Holding down the two top spots for two years in a row are: ‘123456’ and ‘password.’ If you are still using these, just stop — or, go outside and pass out your credit card numbers and security codes, your mother’s maiden name, and your social security number to 100 total strangers on the street.

Seriously. It’s that dumb.

As for the remaining 23, here goes:

      1. 123456


      2. password


      3. 12345678


      4. qwerty


      5. 12345


      6. 123456789


      7. football


      8. 1234


      9. 1234567


      10. baseball
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      11. welcome


      12. 1234567890


      13. abc123


      14. 111111


      15. 1qaz2wsx


      16. dragon


      17. master


      18. monkey


      19. letmein


      20. login


      21. princess


      22. qwertyuiop


      23. solo


      24. passw0rd
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      25. starwars


      See anything familiar? If so, consider yourself in the at risk club. The folks at SplashData say using team names, birthdays, birth years and baby names will also get you into the club. As for the best passwords?

      Can’t tell you!

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