Out with the old, in with the new

As 2012 draws to a close, there are a gadzillion things I should be doing. Instead, I’m re-doing some of my blogs and moving them to a more privacy-friendly web hosting service. Hostgator never answered my questions about their privacy policy and their notice to users, so goodbye to them.

Within the next few days, DataBreaches.net will be moving to its new host.  Depending on how quickly the new DNS propagates once I make the move, you may not see updates for a bit, but I’ll be back.

I hope. 🙂

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2 comments to “Out with the old, in with the new”

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  1. IA Eng - January 3, 2013

    here is one I didnt see here, but its possible you have covered:



     Around 36,000 individuals who worked at or gained access to Army commands stationed at the former Fort Monmouth in New Jersey had their personal information compromised by computer hackers, the Army confirmed. – Asbury Park Press (See item 17)

    • admin - January 3, 2013

      I don’t post all breaches to this blog. That one I posted directly to DataLossDB.org. I’m trying to streamline this blog to focus on incidents where I have commentary or questions or those that are unusual in some way. But commenters should always feel free to post breaches as you just did! Thanks.

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