If your password is on this list, quietly change it and never tell anyone. Except the police, because you've probably already been robbed.

How you look to IT employees and potential hackers.

Every January, SplashData releases a list of the 25 most commonly stolen passwords on the Internet from the previous year, which is probably the same as saying "the most commonly used" passwords, but since their list is compiled from data released by hackers posting stolen information, we can only say for sure that these are the worst, stupidest, and least safe passwords online. Here is the full list, complete with how the rankings have changed over the past year.

1. 123456 (Unchanged)

Sources: Gizmodo