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Security lapse exposes 345k documents from the Philippines Solicitor General

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And as usual, this inutile government did not do anything!!​


The files were publicly available since at least February, when TurgenSec said it first discovered the breach and emailed the solicitor-general and the Philippines government about the files.

Both the solicitor-general and the Philippines government allegedly did not respond to the company's emails about the breach, which were sent on March 1 and 28.

The documents were eventually taken down on April 28, but the files have been accessed and downloaded by an unknown third party, Turgensec said.

"This data breach is particularly alarming as it is clear that this data is of governmental sensitivity and could impact on-going prosecutions and national security,"

BTW, Thanks for the info TS! :)
 
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