The fallout of the Adobe Systems breach resulted in the emergence of Adobe123 as the No. 10 worst password, according to SplashData. People should never base the password on the website or application that they are accessing, said SplashData CEO Morgan Slain.
Another password that frequently came up was "photoshop," SplashData said. Adobe acknowledged in October that attackers stole the personal data on 2.9 million people, including customer names, encrypted credit and debit card numbers, expiration dates and account data. The breach also resulted in the exposure of source code.