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US Army loses 16,000 personnel records in South Korea

2014/06/06

The Register - (International) A U.S. Army commander reported that the personal data of more than 16,000 personnel stationed in South Korea, plus data on local employees and job applicants, was potentially compromised after databases were accessed without authorization. Authorities continue to investigate after employment application processing was switched to a different system and the affected machine was pulled from the network.

Source: http://www.theregister.co.uk/2014/06/06/16000_personnel_records_stolen_from_us_army/

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