User a super hard password to guess, not a superhero
Dark Helmit warned viewers way back in 1987 that 1-2-3-4-5 is the kind of combination only an idiot would have on his luggage, yet nearly three decades later, it ranks number three on SplashData's list of the 25 worst passwords of 2014, which takes into account the most commonly used combinations from 3.3 million leaked passwords last year. In 2013, it ranked number 20.
Look, we're not trying to spark a religious debate here, and if Jesus is your co-pilot, that's wonderful. But turning to 'Jesus' to secure your logins is about as ineffective as protecting your accounts with 'Ninja', which also appears on SplashData's "Worst Passwords of 2012." The self-explanatory list contains five new entries, two of which we just mentioned. What about the rest? Let's have a look.