US Army's CECOM Data leaked by Hacker
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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). "30 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.

"'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.

The Pastebin post doesn't contain the name of the site from where the data was leaked, but the hacker provided us with the IP address associated with it. That IP address led us to a Software Engineering Services site on which only "eligible users" may register.

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