The 10 Worst Types Of Wi-Fi Passwords Your Friends Have Definitely Used

Finger print on pad of laptop with access denied on screen. Photo: Daniel Allan (Getty).

We’ve reached a point as our society that we shouldn’t have to ask our friends for their Wi-Fi passwords anymore. There should just be well-lit signage in your home with all the appropriate information clearly listed. That’s the world I want to live in. Unfortunately, we don’t live in this utopia and we must struggled through this dark, desolate world where it’s easier to crack the DaVinci code than get online at the airport. Let’s talk about the ten worst types of Wi-Fi passwords that our loved ones make us endure. Share this with them and, together, we can make the world a better place.

Those are some pretty simple guidelines to adhere to, are they not? With a little wit and just the slightest bit of ingenuity when it comes to picking a password, you should now be able to tell your friends loud and proud what you’ve chosen (from memory) instead of slipping them a piece of paper or napkin nonsense crudely written on it.

Of course, if all else fails, you can simply break into a neighbor’s home and take theirs: Dude Breaks Into Neighbor’s House To Steal Wi-Fi Password