CECOM Hacked

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Hacker Black Jester recently published contract information from a Web site connected to the U.S. Army Communications and Electronics Command (CECOM).

"[Thirty] record sets that include names, user IDs, physical addresses, email addresses, telephone numbers, and clear-text passwords were published in a Pastebin document," writes Softpedia's Eduard Kovacs.

"'Old crappy server, but has good info inside it. The list is not complete due the lazy condition and msaccess db , enjoy!' the hacker wrote next to the data dump," Kovacs writes.

Go to "User IDs and Clear-Text Passwords Leaked from US Army’s CECOM" to read the details.

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