Christina Wolfgram
December 29, 2015 8:59 am

While most of us spend countless hours trying to come up with the best, most un-crackable wi-fi password ever – your childhood cat’s name spelled in binary code, your mom’s birthday backwards, your favorite Harry Potter spell translated into Russian – the YouTube channel RocketJump has figured out the absolute worst wi-fi password ever: “fourwordsalluppercase.”

In a viral video that’s already been watched over 3 million times in just over two days, RocketJump shows how ridiculously confusing it can be to help a visitor get on your wi-fi network when your password is “fourwordsalluppercase.” After all, when said out loud, “fourwordsalluppercase” sounds like it could mean four random words TYPED LIKE WE’RE SHOUTING or even WORDS WORDS WORDS WORDS.

Perfectly infuriating!

RocketJump recently expanded its content from YouTube to Hulu with the launch of RocketJump: The Show. Luckily, you can make up your own password for your Hulu account.

Check out the hilarious video below. Does it remind anybody else of Abbott and Costello’s classic “Who’s On First?” routine?

(Images via YouTube.)

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