Norfolk Admirals’ data breach exposes customers’ names, other information

Kimberly Pierceall reports:

A hacker posted several thousand Norfolk Admirals customers’ email accounts, addresses and names on Wednesday, but the team’s online security firm says the data breach affected only about 250 customers.

Norfolk Admirals Vice President Joe Gregory said his online security firm eliminated duplicates and spam email addresses from the list, significantly winnowing the number of people affected from 4,476 email accounts to about 250.

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  1. Anonymous - March 31, 2016

    The hacker can say what he wants to say. But if he did his homework, he would have found out that the Feds reside in a building quite close to the Admirals home ice. I am sure the Feds will be involved Additionally, this guy is to blind on knowing how to effectively cover its tracks. I think he’s simply into it for the negative attention.

    Admitting you know some of the names on the list simply narrows down the area the feds will have to look. The Feds should have him in front of a Judge in less than a week.

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