The experts say one of the biggest risks we take is using weak passwords, and then recycling them.  SplashData, a leading provider of apps for smartphones has just released it's annual "25 Worst Passwords of the Year" list.   Complied from files with millions of stolen passwords that hackers posted online, the usual suspects retained the top three spots on the list:  "password," "123456" and "12345678."

Other all-too-common passwords found in the top 25 again this year include "monkey," "abc123," "letmein" and "iloveyou".  New to this years "25 Worst" are "welcome," "Jesus," "ninja" and "mustang."     SplashData suggests we be a little more creative, and although recycling is a wonderful thing, it should not be practiced when it comes to our passwords.