A list that recently hit Hashes.org, with 1 million records and a low crack rate, looked like an interesting target, given that the community had recovered less than 0.5% of the hashes. On taking a closer look, we quickly found out why:
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U.S. media coverage of the key politicians fighting for the 2016 presidential nomination is pretty overwhelming. But, at least now we have something worth talking about—the security of the sensitive information in which politicians are handling that could potentially ruin their careers and bring internationally damning implications. So today, let’s take a look at the lessons that the ongoing Clinton email scandal have to teach security stakeholders.
Breaking the rules.
With details from the Inspector General’s report regarding the Ex-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s use of personal email and communications infrastructure now coming to light, some of the fears expressed by the security community have been confirmed.
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