BlackBerrys used to be known for bulletproof security -- the go-to device for business because you could guarantee it'd stay locked down and secure. Even if no one really wants a BlackBerry anymore, RIM's carrying on in that vein. BlackBerry 10 will stop you being an idiot, and using a whole load of dumb passwords.

There are 106 to be exact, with highlights being '123456', 'biteme', 'batman', 'f**kyou', and the old favourite, 'password'. Some of the others are a bit more obscure, but honestly, why are people still using actual words for passwords. I know 'word' is in the name, but surely everyone should be using some sort of number-infused random character string by now?

Anyway, good for RIM. It's just a shame no one really cares any more. Here are the rest of the 106 for your personal enjoyment; if you happen to be using one of these, you might think about changing it, pronto. [RapidBerry via BerryReview via Crackberry]

1=123456
2=12345678
3=123abc
4=a1b2c3
5=aaaaaa
6=abc123
7=abc123
8=abcdef
9=amanda
10=andrew
11=angel
12=asdfgh
13=august
14=avalon
15=bandit
16=barney
17=baseball
18=batman
19=biteme
20=brandy
21=buster
22=butthead
23=calvin
24=canada
25=changeme
26=chelsea
27=coffee
28=computer
29=cowboy
30=diamond
31=donald
32=dorothy
33=dragon
34=eeyore
35=falcon
36=fishing
37=football
38=freedom
39=f***me
40=f***you
41=gandalf
42=george
43=harley
44=hello
45=helpme
46=hockey
47=iloveyou
48=internet
49=jennifer
50=jonathan
51=jordan
52=letmein
53=maggie
54=marina
55=master
56=matthew
57=merlin
58=michael
59=michelle
60=mickey
61=mike
62=miller
63=molson
64=Monday
65=monday
66=monkey
67=mustang
68=natasha
69=ncc1701
70=newpass
71=newyork
72=pamela
73=password
74=patrick
75=pepper
76=piglet
77=poohbear
78=pookie
79=princess
80=qwerty
81=rabbit
82=rachel
83=ranger
84=rocket
85=secret
86=service
87=shadow
88=snoopy
89=soccer
90=sparky
91=spring
92=steven
93=success
94=summer
95=sunshine
96=thomas
97=tigger
98=trustno1
99=victoria
100=whatever
101=wizard
102=zapata
103=blackberry
104=blackberryid
105=bbidentity
106=playbook

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