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Millions of personal files exposed by insurance biz, serial web hacker strikes again, and more from infosec land


Inneresting Conflict...

It's interesting reading this lot.

Most of the linked stories are about data leaks, security SNAFUs and the like. Private and corporate data being taken by miscreants or being available to incompetence or mistakes.

And yet the list is led by one on Huawei, a firm accused of letting PRC "spy" but not one shred of evidence. Why would the PRC (or any gubbermint) need to spy on us when all they have to do is follow the leaks?

(NOT a Huawei fan/user either BTW, but there is a better than average chance I'll own one of their phones or some of their networking kit in the foreseeable future)

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