Probably if you first see "ji32k7au4a83" look like a super password. It looks super safe, long is seemingly random. However, "ji32k7au4a83" is on the list of frequently used passwords on "Have I Been Pwned", noted Gizmodo.
The reason for this is simple and quite logical. Although in English, which is a commonly used language, it does not matter, in a Taiwanese keyboard this is a transliteration of "wǒ de mìmǎ" or my password. This is certainly a terrible password and shows that neither the Taiwanese are immune to bad vines.
You can, of course, check how secure your password is, and whether it may already be part of a database of hacked and published data.