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Personal Info of 3.5 Million Texans Was Publicly Accessible 146

Posted by Soulskill
from the even-data-breaches-are-bigger-in-texas dept.
SpaceGhost writes "The Houston Chronicle reports, 'Personal information of about 3.5 million Texans — including names, mailing addresses and Social Security numbers — was posted on a publicly accessible server at the state comptroller's office, much of it for more than a year.' Many of the records were for retired teachers and the unemployed, and they sometimes included DOB and drivers license numbers."
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Personal Info of 3.5 Million Texans Was Publicly Accessible

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