Adult backdoor passwords
In addition, several new arrivals in the top 25 awful passwords are "jesus", "welcome", "mustang", and sadly "ninja".
According to do not use a complex password and over 25 percent of adults online have been notified to change their password when an account has been compromised.
The tech giant’s VP of engineering, Suzanne Frey, explained that the problem occurred when it introduced a new way for G Suite domain administrators to upload and manually set new passwords for their employees, to help with onboarding and account recovery.
However, Dissent, the administrator of Data Breaches.net, a website dedicated to tracking data breaches and HIPAA violations, told ZDNet that just because a system stores medical information, it doesn't mean it's necessarily covered by HIPAA.“Some say they may balk at the work, while others may even quit their high-paying jobs rather than undermine the security of the software they have already created,” reports citing “more than a half-dozen current and former Apple employees.” Apple has already stated that it would take six to ten engineers from different departments — such as coding, compliance, and testing — to create the backdoor, and since it has never created one before, the company cannot confirm how long it would take.Last month, in a letter to Apple customers, CEO Tim Cook wrote, “The same engineers who built strong encryption into the i Phone to protect our users would, ironically, be ordered to weaken those protections and make our users less safe.” Apple is yet to comment on the rumors that some engineers will simply refuse to comply — and it’s highly unlikely that it will.The database contained information on 391,649 prescriptions for a drug named Vascepa; used for lowering triglycerides (fats) in adults that are on a low-fat and low-cholesterol diet.Additionally, the database also contained the collective information of over 78,000 patients who were prescribed Vascepa in the past.