Misconfigured database exposes sensitive data for 154M US voters


#1

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#2

Other than the ability to spam me, most of that information is nothing I care about or already freely available.


#3

Aw geeze, someone put those cheezy bullet hole stickers all over the map!


#4

Nice to know my names not on any of those lists.

Last time I voted was in 1980 John Anderson and never again.


#5

I checked, and I’m not in that list.


#6

The real moral of the story is a reminder we’re all just products being bought and sold to political parties.


#7

Dude… as I get older, I start to see his wisdom.

I had this stand up routine on CD when it came out. At the time, I disagreed…


#8

I guess it’s good i don’t vote?? Is that the takeaway?


#9

Are we able to check if our names are on the list, or do we have to wait for our [X] to be hacked first?

https://pwnedlist.com/ is a good coalmine canary, but that’s after the fact.


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