Sony hack may have exposed more than movies-- sensitive personal data of employees, too


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No worries, nothing in the report can be relevant because it’s clearly from the 80s.


#3

The window tab says “Secure Mainframe”, so I don’t really see how someone could have broken in there.


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Hmmm… maybe using SSN as both payroll identifier and super-secret ID number isn’t such a good idea after all.


#5

It looks legit.


#6

bing !


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On the other hand it kind of offers itself. Pretty much everybody has one, it’s unique, and you won’t just forget it. And it is a little more difficult to bruteforce than just a sequential number of the database record ID.

It of course has disadvantages…


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