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The world is now aware of Kanye West’s phone password, and it wouldn’t take a genius to hack this one.

In case you weren't aware, Kanye West has inadvertently revealed during a meeting in the Oval Office with Donald Trump that his phone password is…

Wait for it…

000000.

Yep, you read that right.

A global musician with cameras on him at all times has possibly used the weakest lock code of all time. “OF ALL TIME!” as he once shouted at Beyoncé from the 2009 VMA stage.

If anyone can name a more dense password code, please let us know.

He was in a meeting with a political figure who literally has nuclear codes, but his penchant for privacy clearly doesn't parallel with the US Oval Office.

Not that Trump is a model of privacy, he seems to want the entire globe to know his thoughts at all times on Twitter.

Nevertheless, West’s password is the least of his controversial troubles right now.

He met with the President to discuss “male energy”, prison reform and technology, suggesting that he admires Trump's obsession with masculinity in order to feel strong himself.

Source: Instagram/@lefigarofr

Maybe he wants his phone to get hacked, so people can read all of his monologues to himself hidden in the notes section of his precious iPhone X?

West pulled out his phone while elaborating on his political ideas to Donald Trump, repeatedly claiming to agree with him on the topic of America’s greatness.

His Make America Great Again hat caused a stir, as per usual.

West continued with his empowered speech, saying that the President’s public perception affects the entire world: “If he don’t look good, we don’t look good.”

Therefore Trump “has to be the freshest, the flyest… the flyest planes, the best factories.” It’s unclear whether West will propose a new iFactory, too. We’re going to have Apple — an American company — work on this plane.”

If anyone else has this password, we recommend you change it, for your own sake.

Especially if dozens of TV cameras are on you in the most important office in the world.

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Everyone knows you’re supposed to use a multitude of clever passwords for the various accounts on your computer.

But let’s face it, unless you’re some form of tech-loving coder, constantly coming up with four numbers here and eight characters there probably feels like a bit of a trek.

A new analysis of leaked Yahoo passwords conducted by security expert Dr Jeff Yan from Lancaster University has revealed the ten codes you definitely should NOT be using if you want to protect your virtual information from hackers.

But unfortunately for many of us, these ten passwords look all too familiar.

Check them out below:

  1. 123456
  2. password
  3. welcome
  4. ninja
  5. abc123
  6. 123456789
  7. 12345678
  8. sunshine
  9. princess
  10. qwerty

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Yes, we get it. Times are changing. And fast.

We blink and there's new updates or a new format on our favourite app. And let's be honest, most of us complain about the updates. It's annoying and we have to try and figure out how to use the whole thing all over again. Ugh.

But now, Google has basically decided they want to totally get rid of all passwords, and we don't think we can keep up.

However, the tech giant has thoroughly thought things through, and according to Cosmo, decided that instead of a one-word system, it's going to use a series of small systems, which when added all together will make a hella-tight security code. 

To be honest. whether we like it or not, we'll probably have the new system forced on us, but everything changes, and the good people over at Google are doing this for the best, right?

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