Re: Security error leaves 760 gigs on NY airport servers unprotected for a year

2017-02-28 Thread John Newman
> On Feb 28, 2017, at 3:07 AM, grarpamp wrote: > >> On Mon, Feb 27, 2017 at 4:53 AM, John Newman wrote: >> Yes and no. Joe Fuckhead (or me) shouldn't have to >> worry about my NYC travels and all data needed to >> clone my goddamn ID getting leaked all

Re: Security error leaves 760 gigs on NY airport servers unprotected for a year

2017-02-28 Thread grarpamp
On Mon, Feb 27, 2017 at 4:53 AM, John Newman wrote: > Yes and no. Joe Fuckhead (or me) shouldn't have to > worry about my NYC travels and all data needed to > clone my goddamn ID getting leaked all over the > place. > > But who knows, its likely just being traded quietly and >

Re: Security error leaves 760 gigs on NY airport servers unprotected for a year

2017-02-27 Thread John Newman
On February 26, 2017 9:17:03 PM EST, grarpamp wrote: >On Sun, Feb 26, 2017 at 11:02 AM, Razer wrote: >> Security error leaves NY airport servers unprotected for a year >> The backup storage drive hadn't been password-protected since April. >> The 760 GB >

Re: Security error leaves 760 gigs on NY airport servers unprotected for a year

2017-02-26 Thread grarpamp
On Sun, Feb 26, 2017 at 11:02 AM, Razer wrote: > Security error leaves NY airport servers unprotected for a year > The backup storage drive hadn't been password-protected since April. > The 760 GB Sad that people are more interested in making a name for themselves by getting

Re: Security error leaves 760 gigs on NY airport servers unprotected for a year

2017-02-26 Thread jim bell
From: Razer >Security error leaves NY airport servers unprotected for a year >The backup storage drive hadn't been password-protected since April. >The 760 GB of exposed data included TSA letters of investigation, social security numbers, internal airport schematics and

Security error leaves 760 gigs on NY airport servers unprotected for a year

2017-02-26 Thread Razer
Security error leaves NY airport servers unprotected for a year The backup storage drive hadn't been password-protected since April. The 760 GB of exposed data included TSA letters of investigation, social security numbers, internal airport schematics and emails, according to Chris Vickery,