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August 11, 2006

AOL Data Breach Content Details

As Count Floyd would say, scary stuff boys and girls.  CNET has published a short sample and analysis of the material that was part of the AOL data breach.  It's both scary and amusing, depending on which end of the data stream one happens to be on.


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And while the damage is done by the breach, the dataset is on the web available for download.  No, I'm not going to tell you where.  I found it after one query in a major online search service through a link on the first page of results.  Sad. 

The story is here.

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