Hackers didn’t retrieve data in Defense pharmacy website attack

Bob Brewin follows up a government site that appeared on a hacker’s list of compromised sites for sale:

No data has been siphoned off the Defense Department PharmacoEconomic Center website and domain as the result of a hacker attack reported by a security firm last week, a Military Health System spokesman said.

Austin Camacho, a spokesman for the TRICARE Management Activity, part of MHS, said in an e-mail that the PharmacoEconomic Center website has been taken down while security teams from the Army, which manages the center, review security flaws to identify potential vulnerabilities.

The PharmacoEconomic Center website is a public access site and does not house any personally identifiable information, nor does it contain data regarding patient drug profiles, Camacho said.

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