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Hackers from outside the United States recently penetrated the website for South Carolina’s Department of Revenue and reportedly made off with 3.6 million Social Security numbers and 16,000 unencrypted credit and debit card numbers.
South Carolina has a population of approximately 4.5 million, meaning the compromised Social Security numbers could affect most of state.
South Carolina’s governor held a press conference about the breach on Friday:
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Now that Secret Service is being tasked to crackdown on Apple store art-tech projects and the FBI is raiding the McKibbon lofts to try to find Anonymous, hackers better start building a panic button. Thankfully, someone’s already thought of that. Oh yeah, and you’re gonna need a drill. Randy Sarafan at Read More
One of our nation’s top agents was assigned the task of watching. Trained to protect our nation’s leaders and combat terrorists and assassins, he Tweeted the following,