If you thought you were being extremely romantic by making all of your online passwords “I love you”, we’re sorry to say that you should probably be a little less basic in the future, i.e. by regarding the design of passwords.

As CNBC reports, mobile security software company Lookout recently released a list of the 20 passwords most commonly found in data leaks on the dark web. “Iloveyou” came in at #19, just ahead of “666666.” Not great, but better, at least, than hitting “0” once and calling it a day; this single figure took 14th place. In general, people seem to try to move their fingers as little as possible on the keyboard: “Qwerty” came in third, “Qwerty123” took 10th, and “Qwertyuiop” landed in 18th. And alternating the first letters of the keyboard with the first numbers is less groundbreaking than you might expect, as “1q2w3e” is the 11th most commonly leaked choice.

The most popular trend in the list is a string of sequential numbers. “123456” took the top spot, followed by “123456789” – a great reminder that just because a password is long and includes numbers doesn’t mean it’s good. Picking a word so obvious you think no one will guess it either, like “Password,” which came in fourth place.

What makes a good password is absolute nonsense: a long hodgepodge of letters, numbers, and special characters that won’t reflect any of your personal information. See more tips for strong passwords here, and check out Lookout’s full list of leaks below.

  1. 123456
  2. 123456789
  3. Qwerty
  4. Password
  5. 12345
  6. 12345678
  7. 111111
  8. 1234567
  9. 123123
  10. Qwerty123
  11. 1q2w3e
  12. 1234567890
  13. FAULT
  14. 0
  15. Abc123
  16. 654321
  17. 123321
  18. Qwertyuiop
  19. I love you
  20. 666666

[h/t CNBC]