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This is the most hackable pop-culture password you can have, according to a study

Superman, with the iconic DC superhero showing up in 584,697 data breaches, while rock band Blink-182 scored second place, appearing in 482,244 breaches.Fellow DC hero Batman takes third place, while George Lucas’ mega franchise Star Wars was the fourth most-used pop-culture reference in breached passwords.Rappers Eminem and 50 Cent appear next, before heavy metal legends Metallica and Slipknot in seventh and eighth place respectively.Marvel doesn’t make an appearance until ninth place, with Spider-Man just making it into the top ten most dangerous pop-culture passwords, followed by video game Minecraft.Speaking on the ability to hack these passwords, Mailsuite said (via Forbes): “Unfortunately, hackers are all too aware of humanity’s reliance on unsafe password practices”.They explained how the habit of repeating passwords can make it easier for a hacker to access all your online accounts: “One in four people reuse the same password across more than eleven sites and apps, meaning a hacker gaining access to one account can quickly gain access to the rest in a domino effect.”A number of Hollywood stars’ names were also found in password breaches, with Zac Efron being the most commonly used, followed by Brad Pitt and Johnny Depp.Next on the list is Emma Watson as the only female appearing in the top ten list of actors’ names used, with Al Pacino following in fifth place.Mailsuite advises users to avoid personalising their passwords.
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This is the most hackable pop-culture password you can have, according to a study
Superman, with the iconic DC superhero showing up in 584,697 data breaches, while rock band Blink-182 scored second place, appearing in 482,244 breaches.Fellow DC hero Batman takes third place, while George Lucas’ mega franchise Star Wars was the fourth most-used pop-culture reference in breached passwords.Rappers Eminem and 50 Cent appear next, before heavy metal legends Metallica and Slipknot in seventh and eighth place respectively.Marvel doesn’t make an appearance until ninth place, with Spider-Man just making it into the top ten most dangerous pop-culture passwords, followed by video game Minecraft.Speaking on the ability to hack these passwords, Mailsuite said (via Forbes): “Unfortunately, hackers are all too aware of humanity’s reliance on unsafe password practices”.They explained how the habit of repeating passwords can make it easier for a hacker to access all your online accounts: “One in four people reuse the same password across more than eleven sites and apps, meaning a hacker gaining access to one account can quickly gain access to the rest in a domino effect.”A number of Hollywood stars’ names were also found in password breaches, with Zac Efron being the most commonly used, followed by Brad Pitt and Johnny Depp.Next on the list is Emma Watson as the only female appearing in the top ten list of actors’ names used, with Al Pacino following in fifth place.Mailsuite advises users to avoid personalising their passwords.
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Here’s everything coming to US Netflix this December
Netflix this December, including a dozen DC movies, the final part of the latest season of The Crown and family fun animations.From unnerving thrillers such as Black Swan to iconic early 1999 romcom starring Freddie Prinze Jr., She’s All That, there is plenty to choose from on the streaming platform.Other highlights include the 2023 biopic, Maestro, starring Bradley Cooper and Carey Mulligan, as well as the highly anticipated May December, the latest movie by Carol director, Todd Haynes, which stars Natalie Portman and Julianne Moore.There’s plenty of action packed into the list with Liam Neeson movies, Taken, Taken 2 and The Commuter hitting the site on December 1. And for celebrity documentary fans, Kevin Hart & Chris Rock: Headlines Only, will be arriving on December 12.For a full list of the new additions to US Netflix, take a look below (via What’s On Netflix).December 1Basketball Wives (seasons three and four)Big Brother (seasons six and seven)Black Swan (2010)Blockers (2018)Boyz N The Hood (1991)Burlesque (2010)College Hill: Celebrity Edition (season one)Man Of Steel (2013)Batman V. Superman: Dawn Of Justice (2016)Suicide Squad (2016)Wonder Woman (2017)Justice League (2017)Shazam! (2019)Birds Of Prey (And The Fantabulous Emancipation Of One Harley Quinn) (2020)Wonder Woman: 1984 (2020)The Suicide Squad (2021)DC League Of Super-Pets (2022)The Batman (2022)Shazam! Fury Of The Gods (2023)Fisk (season two)Gajen Nad Professional Mixed Breed (2023)Good Boys (2019)Holey Moley (multiple seasons)Hunter Killer (2018)Insidious (2010)L.A. Confidential (1997)May December (2023)Lucy (2014)One Piece (season 19)Radical Wolfe (2023)Real Husbands Of Hollywood: More Kevin, More Problems (season one)She’s All That (1999)She’s The Man
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This is the highest fan-rated film on Rotten Tomatoes
some of its biggest milestones to mark 25 years online.Among them is the highest audience-scored film, which goes to 2008 Batman movie The Dark Knight, standing at 94% Fresh with over 500,000 ratings.Rotten Tomatoes called the Christopher Nolan film, which saw Christian Bale’s Caped Crusader face off against Heath Ledger’s Joker, “an enduring cultural touchstone”.“The film is widely regarded not just as one of the best superhero movies, but one of the best films ever made, full stop, and with a 94% Tomatometer to match its Audience Score, that’s one thing critics and fans wholeheartedly agree on,” they said.Back in January, director Steven Spielberg suggested that The Dark Knight should have been nominated for the Best Picture Oscar, saying he was encouraged when Avatar: The Way Of Water and Top Gun: Gun Maverick became the first blockbuster sequels to be nominated earlier this year.“I’m really encouraged by that,” he told Deadline. “[But] it came late for the film that should have been nominated a number of years ago, Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight.“That movie would have definitely garnered a Best Picture Nomination today, so having these two blockbusters solidly presented on the top 10 list is something we should all be celebrating.”The film did earn eight Oscar nominations back in 2009, with Ledger winning posthumously in the Best Supporting Actor category.Nolan’s latest film Oppenheimer was recently released in cinemas, and stars Cillian Murphy (who played the villain Scarecrow in The Dark Knight trilogy) as the titular J.
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