I just tried to register an account at www.mysonicwall.com (irrelavent) and got this error message:
This password is publicly available in hacking/security forums and can be easily compromised. Please use a different password.
My password is a collection of randomized letters including capitals, a symbol, and a number. It will pass any password requirements, so this is solely an issue of exposure.
Does anyone know what hacking/security forums they check my password against? Can I search well-known password lists for my password? Most importantly, where should I go from here? Should I start resetting all my passwords?
EDIT: I've contacted customer support for the site and as it turns out, they're having an issue evaluating the strength of passwords. The whole experience has been a wake-up call for my password lifestyle, however, as I've been tweaking the same base password since the 3rd grade (I'm 26 now). I'll be employing KeePass from here on out and will leave the question open for others to learn from my scare. I'll mark the rainbow tables as an answer for now, and will mark another as the answer if it is more comprehensive or demonstrates a safe way to check if your password is floating around the net.