United Nations Server Hacked, Account Info Leaked

United Nations
United Nations
United Nations

The United Nations Development Programme was hacked and had over 100 email addresses, account names and passwords leaked on the web. The UN stated that the data accessed was from an old server and nothing of concern was infiltrated. Despite being old servers, it’s still troubling that employees of the UN were found using blank passwords to access government computers. Read the full article at BBC.co.uk

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