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California passes law that bans default passwords in connected devices

TechCrunch Friday, 5 October 2018
California passes law that bans default passwords in connected devicesGood news! California has passed a law banning default passwords like “admin,” “123456,” and the old classic “password” in all new consumer electronics starting in 2020. Every new gadget built in the state from routers to smart home tech will have to come with “reasonable” security features out of the box. The law specifically calls […]
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