Top 100 Passwords of 2018

Password security company SplashData has released its annual list of the most commonly used passwords on the web.

The number one spot belongs to ‘123456’, which is followed by another maddeningly obvious choice, ‘password’. In fact, these two are stalwarts of the most common passwords, having claimed the first two spots for the fifth year in a row.

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The Non-Tourist London

London is by far one of my favourite cities to visit. As a child we would have family trips to London, especially at Christmas, so from an early age I got to know different parts of the city, and how to get across London on foot.

Today, i’m under an hour away on the train, and will quite often go down at a weekend just to be a tourist and wander around. It’s rare that i’ll know where I want to go, I just get off the train at Kings Cross and go exploring.

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Winter Fens

It’s rare to get good cloud formations over the Fens in the Winter unless there is a rainstorm or snowstorm on it’s way in.

Driving home tonight I noticed it was a great Winter sunset, with few clouds and the sky a wonderful orange colour. I drove out towards the Fens with a view of pulling over to get a photo of the sunset.

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Email Data Breaches

Did you know that one of the major sources of data breaches isn’t hackers, but it’s accidentally disclosing e-mail addresses. Under the new 2018 Data protection regulations, an e-mail address is considered Personal Identifiable Information, and therefore covered by the UK Data Protect Act 2018 and the EU General Data Protection Regulation 2018 (GDPR).

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Belfast Street Art

When you mention Belfast Street Art, most people think about the political murals that adorned the buildings around the Falls Road and the Shankhill Road. Nowadays, whilst these are being removed or made less political, there is another part of the city that it full of large pieces of art. Read More