Top 25 most used passwords of 2013 (you’re welcome hackers)

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The top 25 passwords of 2013 include 123456 and password. (SAEED KHAN/AFP/Getty Images)

NEW YORK (PIX11) — In an age of data breaches and stolen passwords, you’d think people would be careful with protecting their information.

A list compiled by SplashData shows people aren’t making such great choices with protecting their information.

SplashData used millions of stolen passwords made public throughout the year and made a top 25 most used passwords list.

A majority of the passwords were exposed through an Adobe hack that impacted 38 million people in October.

The hack explains how passwords like photoshop and adobe123 made the list.

This year, 123456 bumped the ever so creative password out of the top spot.

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