Americans may be mightily concernedabout cybersecurity, but the numbers — literally — don’t lie: The most popular password of 2014 was the forehead slap-worthy ‘123456,’ security app firmSplashData announced Tuesday. Half of the top 10 most common passwords were variations on the ‘1234’ theme, though The Wall Street Journal reports ‘123456’ has been battling the simple, elegant, utterly memorable ‘password’ for the top spot in recent years.

The 25 most popular passwords comprise 2.2 percent of all internet passwords — which means your forgetful, techno-phobic grandparents aren’t the only ones using some woefully inadequate cybersecurity measures.