OK, so we all know about how many people are still using passwords like “password” and “1234” to secure their Wi-Fi hotspots, but a new viral video reveals there are worse password options out there. Specifically, a video produced by RocketJump claims that the worst Wi-Fi password ever might just be “fourwordsalluppercase.”

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Yes, as you may have noticed, there are no uppercase letters in “fourwordsalluppercase,” nor are there any underscores or dashes to separate any of the four words. This makes explaining to people what the password is somewhat challenging since their first instinct is to try to enter it just all uppercase letters and separating the four words. Or as the main character in the RocketJump video puts it, “fourwordsalluppercase” is “one word, all lowercase, it’s like any other Wi-Fi password.”

Check out the video below, although be warned that it’s borderline not safe for work:

 

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