The most commonly breached password continues to be "123456" followed by "password."
A 2018 survey conducted by McAfee found that nearly a third of respondents use only two or three passwords for all of their accounts, and the average person uses only 13. People find memorizing a unique, complex password for every single online account impossible.
A password manager can be the solution. A password manager is a software utility that generates strong, unique passwords and stores all of them securely. It can automatically fill in your username and password when you go to a login page and can do so regardless of the browser or device you use.
Only three percent of internet users rely primarily on a password manager to keep track of their passwords, according to the Pew Research Institute. Laura Hautala "Password managers: A little pain for a lot of security" cnet.com (Mar. 10, 2020).