Study reveals 2017's worst passwords

(CBS LAS VEGAS) -- One study revealed 2017's worst passwords, and yes, "password" is among them.

SplashData, a password management applications provider, revealed the 25 most commonly used options people chose to protect their computers in 2017 after analyzing more than five million passwords leaked during various 2017 data breaches.

According to the company, "123456" is 2017's worst password. "123456" won last year as well. Other number-related passwords include "12345," which was also on this list at fifth worst, "12345678" and 123123."

"Password" held its spot on the list at number two. "Star Wars" and "dragon" were also some of the "winners." "The Last Jedi" pushed "Star Wars" onto the list for the first time this year.

“Hackers are using common terms from pop culture and sports to break into accounts online,’ SplashData’s CEO Morgan Slain said, via Lifehacker. “They know many people are using those easy-to-remember words.”

Security experts advised citizens to use a phrase as a password, not one word. Two-factor authentication systems and a password manager service can also help protect you when you're online.

Here's a full list of this year's worst passwords:

1. 123456
2. password
3. 12345678
4. qwerty
5. 12345
6. 123456789
7. letmein
8. 1234567
9. football
10. iloveyou
11. admin
12. welcome
13. monkey
14. login
15. abc123
16. starwars
17. 123123
18. dragon
19. passw0rd
20. master
21. hello
22. freedom
23. whatever
24. qazwsx
25. trustno1