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These 20 Common Passwords are Leaked on the Dark Web

common passwords leaked on dark web

In a recent study, there were 20 common passwords reportedly found to be leaked on the dark web.

Passwords are commonly leaked on the dark web by hackers, website operators, app developers, and other groups who often sell this valuable information.

In a recent study, there were 20 common passwords reportedly found to be leaked on the dark web.

See the full list of common passwords that are leaked on the dark web below. Have you used any of these passwords before?

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Whether it’s financial information, social media accounts, streaming apps, emails, and other online services, you likely have way more passwords floating around than you think.

A report from NordPass found that the average Internet user has around 100 passwords registered online.

Most Common Passwords Leaked on Dark Web

They also found the most common passwords include people’s names, favorite bands, sports teams, cars, and even swear words.

Now a more recent study from Lookout discovered 20 passwords most commonly leaked on the dark web. These passwords include simple number combinations, words, and common phrases.

Examples of these leaked passwords include 123456, qwerty, password, iloveyou, and other sequences.

Most Common Passwords Leaked on Dark Web

The full report of the 20 most common passwords leaked on the dark web include the following:

  • 123456
  • 123456789
  • Qwerty
  • Password
  • 12345
  • 12345678
  • 111111
  • 1234567
  • 123123
  • Qwerty123
  • 1q2w3e
  • 1234567890
  • 0
  • Abc123
  • 654321
  • Qwertyyuiop
  • Iloveyou
  • 666666

Odds are if you have ever used one of these passwords before, it’s very likely that some of your online account information is floating around on the dark web.

If you are currently using one of these common passwords it’s recommended to change them immediately!

Last year we reported on a story where a group was selling thousands of streaming service passwords that were obtained through computer hacking techniques.

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When changing passwords, it’s recommended to use combinations longer than the minimum number of characters, use uncommon characters, don’t reuse the same password on multiple accounts, and use a password manager.


NordPass is one of the most popular and secure password managers for saving passwords, generating unique passwords, and more.


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While changing password combinations will only offer so much protection in the changing digital world, there are other tools we can use to better protect ourselves online.

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This includes anonymous email addresses, watching out for phishing scams, using two-factor authentication, backing up data, avoiding unsecured public Wi-Fi networks, and running a VPN on internet-connected devices.

Overall, this won’t be the last story we hear regarding password leaks and hackers obtaining user information online.

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9 thoughts on “These 20 Common Passwords are Leaked on the Dark Web”

  1. Troy, i have not used one of these pws, i do have quite a few i use most of the time, but i change often. I have followed you for a long time and have become pretty good with the stick. I have many of my relatives and friends that ask for my help. And when asked why i seem to know so much, i, of course tell then “Thank Troy of Troypoint” I don’t know if i can ask you something here, but i am going to ask. I love Syncler and the packages, but would be able to tell me which packages work best with Bouncy. I have gone through them and cannot seem to find one that will give me more then 3 or 4 sources. Since you are my mentor, can you help me with this? PLease keep up the excellent job you do to keep us all up to date with the firestick and so many other things. I really enjoy and trust your knowledge about everything.
    Thank You Very Much
    Bill Frazeer

  2. One that seems to be missing is also one that is far more common than it should be – drowssap. I have come across a fair number of people who use it and think it’s ‘secure’ simply because it is spelt backwards

  3. Wow unbelievable , my eves is open and aware after strong cup of reality ! I bet the developers of email was totally clueless to what it is today. Now i Understand the depth of this password thing and why we have to treat “any password to anything” like Fort Knox strengthening our first line of defence ! –as usual another informative, awsome vid. THANKS

  4. Thanks for all of your help via Troy point emails.. I did cut the cord several yrs ago and saved thousands of dollars. Please keep doing what your doing I am NOT a social media person. I only get my intell from these emails..
    Thanks again..

  5. Troy I want to let you know that you have been a blessing by assisting in providing information and guidance to people on using the net to gain access to information. I took your advise and change my vpn To Ipvanish and have been much more satisfied. I am a 26 year AF veteran that is 91 years old. Keep up the good work

  6. Some employers that require changing passwords do not allow sequences like ABC or 123 in the password. They also do not allow reusing any part of prior passwords for 90 days. This may help in setting up your own passwords.

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