This week in Tech: Most commonly hacked passwords & Samsung's breaking foldable phone
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123456 is a bad passwordOn Sunday The National Cyber Security Centre released a global password risk which details the 100,000 most common passwords which have been obtained by third parties in cyber breaches around the world. The most common password was ‘123456’ (23.2m) followed by ‘123456789’ (7.7m) and ‘qwerty’ (3.8m). The NCSC also conducted the first UK Cyber survey, which you can read more about here.
Image Credit: NCSCAge Verification for Porn
From 15 July, age verification will begin for online pornography, the government has announced. This will mean that to view the content users will have to provide some form of identification such as a driving licence, bank details or even going to a shop and purchasing a special card with a code. Digital Minister Margot James has said that "Adult content is currently far too easy for children to access online. The introduction of mandatory age-verification is a world-first, and we’ve taken the time to balance privacy concerns with the need to protect children from inappropriate content.”
Image Credit: Pixies via PixabayiPhone 11 Design leaked The design of the upcoming iPhone was unveiled by SlashLeaks. The image shows two different sized phones, with three cameras on the rear which will be an upgrade from Xs and Xs Max’s dual cameras. Leaks like this are common as often phone companies will release mockups to give to case makers so that they are ready for when a phone comes out.
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