According to TeamsID (an enterprise password manager for teams) the average person spends roughly 11 hours online every single day. We're all constantly near our devices connected to social networks, email accounts, cloud storage services and countless other websites. Remarkably, the average UK resident will use just five passwords to protect on average 26 different online accounts. Even more amazing, TeamsID says that the 10,000 most commonly used passwords can access 98 percent of all accounts online. So what are the most common worst passwords?

  1. 123456
  2. password
  3. 12345
  4. 12345678
  5. qwerty
  6. 123456789
  7. 1234
  8. baseball
  9. dragon
  10. football

Hopefully, our readers are a little more tech savvy to know not to use these kinds of passwords (as half of you run to change your passwords). If you're not sure how to choose your password, TeamsID recommends changing your password regularly, as well as not using the same password for multiple accounts. Also don't use single dictionary words, and use a combination of words and characters.

Check out this infographic that TeamID put together.