No worries, nothing in the report can be relevant because it’s clearly from the 80s.
The window tab says “Secure Mainframe”, so I don’t really see how someone could have broken in there.
Hmmm… maybe using SSN as both payroll identifier and super-secret ID number isn’t such a good idea after all.
It looks legit.
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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